Queen’s identifies one new case of COVID-19 in residence

Kingston region reports 10 active cases

All other cases on campus have been resolved.

Queen’s reported one new case of COVID-19 in residence on Thursday. 

The University marked all other cases of COVID-19 in the Queen’s community resolved, according to its COVID-19 tracker. There has been a total of 88 cases identified since Aug. 31, including 10 in residence. 

Students looking to get tested for COVID-19 can book an appointment at Queen’s Satellite COVID-19 Assessment Centre in Mitchell Hall through Student Wellness Services (SWS). 

The service, which is open Monday to Friday, has completed 171 tests as of Jan. 19 since reopening for the winter semester on Jan. 11. In the fall semester, SWS administered a total of 3,241 tests. 

Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox & Addington Public Health are reporting 10 active cases. There have been 651 in the region since the pandemic’s outbreak and one death.

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