Officials with the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown say the university is moving to Elevated Risk Posture Thursday as COVID-19 cases continue to increase on campus.
According to Pitt-Johnstown’s President Dr. Jem Spectar, 10 students have tested positive for the Coronavirus in the past week.
University officials say all students who have tested positive are in isolation and those who came in close contact with the individuals are being quarantined and monitored by Health Services.
In the meantime, Pitt-Johnstown officials say instruction will be primarily virtual with some in-person learning.
Faculty and staff are being encouraged to work from home whenever possible and gatherings are capped at 25 people.