Officials linked at least 11 COVID-19 cases to a University of New Hampshire frat party attended by more than 100 people
- Officials have identified a cluster of COVID-19 cases that are linked to a University of New Hampshire fraternity party.
- More than 100 people attended the Theta Chi party last weekend and few wore masks, university officials said.
- At least 11 people explosed to the party, or those who have attended, have tested positive for the virus.
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The University of New Hampshire and public health officials have identified a cluster of COVID-19 cases that are believed to be linked to a Theta Chi fraternity party on August 29, the university said in a statement.
More than 100 people attended the party without masks, according to UNH.
“The August 29 party is reprehensible and will not be tolerated. As soon as we heard of this party at Theta Chi, we started an investigation with the Interfraternity Council,” university President James W. Dean Jr. said in the statement. “We will be pursuing student conduct charges against the organizers and all students who attended the event.”
So far, at least 11 cases of the coronavirus have been linked to the event, which was attended by students as well as …continued .
[Source: Business Insider]