One active case of COVID-19 at Queen’s

KFL&A reporting 9 active cases across region

SWS is offering voluntary asymptomatic testing.
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Queen’s is reporting one active case of COVID-19 in the Queen’s community as of Monday evening.

The new case was identified last week. There have been a total of 89 cases reported by the University since Aug. 31, including 79 off campus and 10 in residence.

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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). 

SWS is now offering voluntary asymptomatic testing for students after Kingston, Frontenac, and Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health confirmed the first case of the B.1.1.7. case of COVID-19 in the region. 

Appointments can be booked Monday to Friday.

KFL&A Public Health is reporting 9 active cases in the region. There have been 667 cases in the region since the pandemic’s outbreak and one death.


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