(CBS DETROIT) – As a precaution to a potential Covid-19 outbreak, Wayne State University is rolling out a campus safety plan.

This includes closing buildings and depopulating the campus.

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WSU says if cases reach 15 percent or at least three or more clusters appear within one week, they will take action.

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The school also says if fewer than 15 percent of hospital beds are available they will also reduce on-campus activity.

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