BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Florida Atlantic University, continuing its efforts for COVID-19 data transparency, reports that a total of 107 students and 2 employees have tested positive for the virus as of early Wednesday morning. The “active” case count is lower — 61 students and no employees.
While FAU is operating at only a fraction of its normal operating capacity, the numbers are a good news, bad news story.
The bad news: 107 students have tested positive while only a fraction of the student body is present.
The good news: FAU isn’t hiding reality. The COVID-19 numbers are updated every 30 minutes on the Florida Atlantic University website which also provides students and faculty with actionable information to get tested and stay safe.
Use this link to view FAU’s realtime data for COVID-19 on campus.
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