UofSC shares COVID-19 precautions as spring semester gets underway

UofSC shares COVID-19 precautions as spring semester gets underway
Classes at the University of South Carolina begin this week. (Source: UofSC)

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - Classes at the University of South Carolina begin this week.

Monday, University President Bob Caslen and other leaders shared information about the safety protocols in place to keep students and staff safe during the spring semester.

UofSC COVID-19 update

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Posted by WIS TV on Monday, January 11, 2021

The university brought back its COVID-19 Dashboard in January.

As of Jan. 7, it shows 128 students and 37 employees with an active COVID-19 infection.

Since Jan. 1, the university has done more than 10,000 tests. The percent positive from those tests is 1.89%.

To see the school’s COVID-19 Dashboard, click or tap here. It’s updated every Tuesday and Friday.

UofSC leadership will host a virtual town hall for students and families at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12.

To join in on the virtual town hall click here.

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