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Willamette announces fourteenth COVID-19 case of semester

Noah Dantes

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An employee “not regularly working on campus” tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 10, Willamette’s reopening committee announced over email Nov. 10. The employee was last on campus Oct. 27, and was not in close contact with anyone at Willamette. Additional details about the individual have been withheld due to privacy laws.

Faculty and staff who test positive are still being asked to contact Danita Chapin <dkchapin> in Human Resources, and students who test positive are to contact Tori Ruiz <truiz> in Student Affairs.

Willamette announced its 12th and 13th COVID-19 case of the semester on Nov. 6.

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