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Updated dashboard confirms 106 positive cases of COVID-19 at Bradley

As new information has become available, please refer to Weekly on-campus positivity rate climbs to 14 percent for the most updated information. The university recorded a total of 106 positive confirmed cases of COVID-19 according to a Thursday morning update on the online university dashboard.…

COVID-19 positivity rate nearly triples in second week of testing

According to the university’s most recent COVID-19 dashboard, 18 positive tests of COVID-19 were recorded for this week, bringing the university’s case total to 27. A total of 230 students are currently in isolation and quarantine. The dashboard also indicated an 8.3 percent positivity rate,…

The Bradley Student’s Guide to the 2020 Fall Semester 

The following information is a basic summary and quick reference to the rules and regulations laid out by Bradley University for the 2020 fall semester to deal with COVID-19. The information will be updated as guidelines change. How will Bradley test its students? Bradley plans…

COVID-19 outbreak on campus: Eight orientation members test positive

Eight members of the Bradley Orientation program have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a university statement sent out around midnight to all students.  According to the email, the university has already begun “aggressive contact tracing” to identify and contact others who may have been…

COVID-19: Illinois judge challenges Pritzker’s extension; Greater Peoria area sees 47 new cases this week

A week after Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker announced an extension of the stay-at-home-order, a judge in Southern Illinois issued a temporary injunction for state Rep. Darren Bailey, who claimed the extension subjects citizens to irreparable harm. In his daily briefing on April 27, Pritzker turned…

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