There were two new confirmed coronavirus cases reported in San Luis Obispo County Sunday, April 5 — bringing the total to 95, according to County Public Health.
“Given the many factors that go into planning for summer courses and programming, we needed to make this decision now based upon the facts and evidence available to us at this time,” President Jeffrey Armstrong wrote in the email.
Nurses at French Hospital Medical Center in San Luis Obispo held a candlelight vigil to protest the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) Thursday, April 2 at 8 p.m.
Business administration freshman Luke Fradin passed away earlier this week in Los Angeles, a campus-wide email read.
San Luis Obispo now has 83 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Wednesday, April 1 – up 3 cases from yesterday, according to the County Public Health.
Freshman students remaining in residence halls will be moved to fully vacated campus apartment next week, a March 28 University Housing email read.
Of the total cases, 45 patients are at home in isolation, 13 patients have recovered, 9 are currently in the hospital. Two of the hospitalized patients are in intensive care.
Four weeks ago, despite 29 countries with 78,111 people infected, coronavirus felt distant from San Luis Obispo. Nobody in the county had been tested for the virus as students prepared to take finals. Now, after 59 confirmed cases in the…