UConn Stamford residence hall under quarantine after rise in COVID-19 cases


STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The University of Connecticut Stamford campus is seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases among its students and has quarantined one of its residence halls Saturday.

The University said five new on-campus cases were reported Friday, and one new on-campus case was reported Saturday in Stamford. As a result, the university decided to quarantine the residence hall on 900 Washington Boulevard.

RELATED: LIST: UConn Storrs campus COVID-19 data update

235 students live in the residence hall and are expected to quarantine for two weeks. They will also undergo additional COVID-19 testing.

The UConn Storrs campus currently has 15 COVID-19 cases, while 347 have recovered this semester.

To see the entire UConn COVID-19 Dashboard, click here.

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