Class is back in session, but some are already sick. Five Western University students have tested positive for COVID-19.
The university announced on September 13 that it was dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak among its students.
Five Western students who live off-campus have tested positive for COVID-19.
The five individuals reportedly had a number of interactions at downtown bars and restaurants in London, Ontario, according to the Middlesex-London Health Unit.
“We know our students value the opportunity to be on campus and have some in-class experiences – and for this to continue to happen, everyone must play a role in keeping themselves and the community safe by following public health guidelines,” said Jennifer Massey, associate vice-president of the student experience.
The school has also set up a COVID-19 testing trailer in the parking lot of its Social Science Centre.