Update on Oct. 2: Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey shared in a document that a student tested positive for a communicable disease, not the coronavirus.
A student has tested positive for the coronavirus in Tenaya Hall, according to residents of the dorm.
Tenaya Hall residents on the dorm’s first and second floor were notified that only third floor residents would be allowed to go to a meeting related to the new coronavirus case, according to an email they received from Assistant Director of University Housing Daisy Castaneda.
Castaneda didn’t specify what the meeting was about, but residents confirmed that the meeting was related to the coronavirus case.
Attached to the email sent to Tenaya Hall residents was a document that explains a student tested positive for a communicable in their building. The document was signed by Vice President for Student Affairs Keith Humphrey.
Since Wednesday, July 8, 24 Cal Poly students have tested positive for coronavirus.
Cal Poly can not confirm if a student on the third floor of Tenaya Hall tested positive for COVID-19 due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), University Spokesperson Matt Lazier said.Tenaya Hall Coronavirus
The first page of the above document is an email sent to first and second floor Tenaya Hall residents. The second page of the above document explains to residents that a student has tested positive for the coronavirus in their building.