(CBS DETROIT) – Students at Michigan State University are being asked to stay inside their homes for two weeks.
This comes after MSU recently announced a higher positivity rate among its COVID-19 cases.READ MORE: Chief Search: Detroit Board Of Police Commissioners Agree To Find Candidates
School officials say since 2,500 students moved on campus for the spring semester cases have been rising.
Last week the University of Michigan enforced a shelter-in-place due to increased coronavirus cases.READ MORE: Under Proposal N The City Of Detroit Says Demo, Rehab Of Abandon Properties Underway
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