Bradley University orders all students to quarantine for 2 weeks due to coronavirus cases

Bradley University is imposing a mandatory two-week quarantine on all students and switching to remote learning only due to an outbreak of coronavirus on campus, university officials announced Tuesday. According to a statement, a total of 50 cases of COVID-19 have recently been confirmed on campus and 500 students are quarantining after contact tracing revealed they were possibly exposed to an infected individual. Starting Tuesday night and lasting until the morning of September 23, all students at Bradley University will be required to quarantine in their residence hall, Greek house or off-campus housing.