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On-campus student in Hinderlie Hall tests positive for COVID-19

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January 17, 2021

Posted on Monday, January 19, 2020.

We have received notification that a resident of Hinderlie has tested positive for COVID-19. They learned of their results via PCR testing associated with the move-in requirement. Because this was the case, the student has been in quarantine since move-in and awaiting their test results. As a result, no close contacts have been identified. The student is asymptomatic and in good health and has transitioned off-campus for their period of isolation.

We are required to honor the Washington State law that protects this individual’s confidential information and privacy, and as a result, we will not release their name.

We wish our Lute family member a speedy and uncomplicated recovery!

Please continue to take all precautions outlined in the Return to Learning on Campus Guide, including wearing face coverings, maintaining basic hygienephysical distancing, and self-monitoring for symptoms.

For questions, please contact PLU Health Services, at health@plu.edu, or the Washington State Department of Health at (800) 525-0127. If you need someone to talk to now, please connect with LuteTelehealth for support.

Stay informed, and stay safe.