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Republican-Eagle: MSCSE campuses tighten COVID prevention measures

Red Wing campus has had no positive cases this fall

September 4, 2020

Winona County's COVID-19 case numbers are rising quickly, going up 26 cases Thursday and another 15 Friday. ...Total cases have reached 550, and public high schools have shifted to distance learning as a result. Minnesota State College Southeast, which has campuses in Red Wing and Winona, also is responding.

"We are requiring the students, faculty, and staff to complete the Minnesota State online screening questionnaire prior to coming on campus, wear masks when on site, practice appropriate distancing, and follow hygiene protocols," [Interim President] Lundblad said. "We have modified the labs, shops, and learning spaces to allow students and faculty to distance and thoroughly disinfect between classes." 

Read the full story: https://www.rivertowns.net/newsmd/coronavirus/6646409-MSCSE-campuses-tighten-COVID-prevention-measures

 


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