UW-Madison Halts In-Person Classes After 1,000+ Students Test Positive for Coronavirus

HeadlineSep 10, 2020

In education news, the entire student bodies of Winona State University in Minnesota and Bradley University in Illinois have been ordered to quarantine for two weeks after coronavirus spread on their campuses, while the University of Wisconsin-Madison has canceled in-person classes after more than 1,000 people tested positive for COVID-19 just five days into the fall semester.

Los Angeles County has canceled Halloween, barring residents from trick-or-treating or gathering at parties or haunted houses.

Meanwhile, Yahoo News reports the Trump administration is planning to halt enhanced coronavirus screenings for international travelers arriving at U.S. airports.

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