In-person undergraduate classes at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus are being suspended Wednesday and Thursday after the university said it detected a “cluster” of COVID-19 cases. The university said 30 undergraduates, many of whom are student-athletes and some of whom live in Charles Commons, tested positive for the virus Tuesday and Wednesday, leading to the pause in in-person learning. Officials said the cases may be tied to off-campus social gatherings from over the weekend.
Johns Hopkins University Suspends In-Person Classes Wednesday, Thursday Due To COVID-19 Case Cluster
February 4, 2021