Colorado College student tests favorable for COVID-19, Loomis Hall under quarantine

In an Aug. 16 emailed letter to students, Colorado College officials announced that an incoming student tested positive on the previous day, Aug. 15, for COVID-19 and that further investigation found that students failed to social distance, leading to a 14-day quarantine of all 155 students housed at Loomis Hall.

“Students, you MUST continue to follow enhanced social- distancing protocols as you await test results, and follow regular risk-mitigation protocols at all times after that. Our efforts will work only if everyone on campus follows these protocols; it’s up to each of us,” Rochelle Dickey, acting dean of students and vice president for student life, and Brian Young, vice president and chair of the prevention work team, said in the message.

In the email, Dickey and Young said:



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