The University of Maryland, College Park lifted its sequester-in-place order on Saturday. The University implemented the order last week after a “concerning” rise in COVID-19 cases. In a letter to the campus community, the University said the number of positive cases has slowed, and the daily positive rate from the last three days of major testing was 1%. “As a result, the sequester-in-place order will be lifted effective today, Saturday, February 27 at noon. We will continue to actively monitor the situation and intervene appropriately as needed, including requiring additional testing in areas where we may observe increased viral transmission,” the letter said.
COVID-19 Latest: University Of Maryland Lifts Sequester-In-Place Order
March 1, 2021