Lafayette student hospitalized for illness doesn’t absorb coronavirus, school says

EASTON, Pa. – A Lafayette School student hospitalized for a respiratory infection doesn’t absorb coronavirus.

Trying out for the fresh virus came abet negative, the college acknowledged in a letter to the neighborhood on Tuesday.

Lots of students had only recently traveled to China and took part in health screenings after they returned to campus.

The student, who used to be only recently in China, remains in “valid situation” and used to be cleared by the Department of Health to resume unprecedented actions on campus, the letter acknowledged.

“We’re so grateful to the student for looking for medical attention straight away when the symptoms developed,” acknowledged Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein, director of health companies for Lafayette. “It used to be glaring to me from our encounters on the Health Middle that the student’s vital mission in looking for care used to be for the health and safety of our neighborhood.”

Extra specimens are still pending testing, but the college and DOH will show screen them, the college acknowledged.

The letter acknowledged university contributors who had only recently been in China absorb now been on campus for nearly 14 days, which is considered the upper fluctuate of the incubation interval for coronavirus.



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