Chronicle: The 5 Biggest Lessons We’ve Learned About How Coronavirus Spreads on Campus

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COVID-19 transmission in colleges and universities has been a problem for schools across the country, both large and small. It is clear that repeated and consistent testing is the most robust and efficient way to identify and isolate potential vectors of transmission. Moreover, it was found that, while physical classroom transmission is low, transmission in residential settings, such as dormitories and off-campus residences, is the primary driver of high case counts at universities. Read the full article here.

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