How colleges are dealing with high COVID case counts on campus

From NPR: “‘It’s a crisis,’ says Gerri Taylor, co-leader of the COVID Task Force for the American College Health Association. … ‘In trying to isolate [students], they need resources in terms of housing, staffing to track them,’ says Taylor. … Colleges are deploying emergency measures as they scramble to deal with the surge in cases. Some schools are using hotels to house students who test positive. At California Polytechnic State University, students who test positive are offered a $400 gift card to the campus store if they move home to isolate.”

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