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Duke University Students Ordered to Quarantine After COVID Outbreak

Duke University Students Ordered to Quarantine After COVID Outbreak

“Over the past week, the school has reported more than 180 positive coronavirus cases among students.”

Parties are being blamed for the spike in cases. What a time to be in college.

The New York Post reports:

All Duke University undergrads must quarantine after COVID outbreak

Duke University issued a quarantine order for all of its undergraduates effective Saturday night due to a coronavirus outbreak caused by students who attended recruitment parties, the school said.

The university said in a statement that all undergraduate students will be forced to stay-in-place until at least March 21. Suspension or dismissal from the school are potential punishments for “flagrant or repeat violators.”

Over the past week, the school has reported more than 180 positive coronavirus cases among students. There are an additional 200 students who may have been exposed and have been ordered to quarantine.

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Over the past week, the school has reported more than 180 positive coronavirus cases among students

Why is this a problem? Twenty-something people have basically zero risk from this disease, and most of these “cases” are false positives given the ridiculous PCR amplification levels being used.

nordic_prince | March 15, 2021 at 7:35 pm

Were the “positives” determined from a PCR test? What was the cycle count. If it was over 35, it’s basically meaningless.

Having a positive PCR is not equivalent to having “covid.”

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