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Bloomsburg University moves to online classes after COVID-19 cases spike

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Bloomsburg University will move to remote instruction because 90 people have tested positive for COVID-19.

Bloomsburg University will move to remote instruction because 90 people have tested positive for COVID-19, PennLive.com reported.

All but one of those infected are students at the Columbia County school, while one is an employee, according to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. 

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Students on-campus will not be required to leave their residence halls, the university said Thursday. Students who choose to return home will be reimbursed for their remaining room and board.

Bloomsburg is one of 14 schools in the PASSHE and has more than 8,000 students.

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