LOS ANGELES - Three members of the Cal State Northridge community tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced Wednesday.
The cases include an employee who had been on campus in the past week, and two students, who have not been on campus recently and reside in a neighboring county.
"Consistent with the protocols for infectious disease response, anyone identified as having had close contact with these individuals have been or will be notified immediately if they need to be isolated or self-monitor," the university wrote in a press release. "Facilities that have been visited by the employee have been closed and will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected."
Two of the cases were directly confirmed to school officials by medical professionals, the other was an individual who reported their diagnosis to CSUN.
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