ASU President Crow says students with coronavirus to be socially isolated

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Arizona State University President Michael Crow said the institution has a plan in place to socially isolate students who contract coronavirus. While those who contract COVID-19 won’t be individually identified to the ASU community, Crow told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Gaydos and Chad that residence halls will be arranged accordingly when a positive case has been identified.

“If we can’t socially isolate the person in the residence hall, then the person will be socially isolated in another facility we’ll have available,” Crow said.

“It sort of depends on the individual circumstances — the design of the building, the way the building works, are they rooms versus apartments, that sort of thing.”

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