Weekly Coronavirus Positive Rate Dips to Fall Low at K-State

The weekly positive rate of coronavirus on campus at Kansas State University has dipped to its lowest point of the fall.
According to the school’s weekly testing data dashboard, only nine people on campus tested positive for the virus last week out of 506 who were given tests.
That’s a positive rate for the week of one-point-78.
KSU Chief of Staff and Director of Community Relations Linda Cook says the school has been able to avoid outbreaks due to being proactive.
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The decline to the low percentage comes after a peak of an over eight-percent positive rate the week following Labor Day.

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Troy returns to Manhattan after spending the last 20 years in Greeley, CO. He served as the "Voice of the UNC Bears" while serving as the news & sports director for a local station. Troy is a ' 93 K-State grad and grew up near Circleville.

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