University of Cincinnati President Neville Pinto confirmed in an email Tuesday afternoon that an individual in the campus community has tested positive for the coronavirus.
The University of Cincinnati announced Friday afternoon that in-person classes will be canceled through the end of the semester after four confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported at UC Health’s West Chester Hospital.
Following a string of burglaries in student housing in the neighborhoods bordering the University of Cincinnati, some are calling for a heightened police response in the area.
With panic over the new coronavirus spreading and cases continuing to be confirmed, the University of Cincinnati announced that in-person classes will be canceled effective March 14 through April 13.
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