Austin Community College announced in a letter to its community on Monday that a student on the Riverside campus is undergoing detention after a family member experienced similar flue symptoms.
According to ACC, the college was notified Monday and will immediately work with local and regional health partners to identify the next steps.
CC announced it in his announcement.
”Austin Public Health has determined that any potential exposure to this student is considered low risk. Neither the student nor any of his family has been directly contacted with the COVID-19 certified case nor a member is currently being examined.”
The college also notes that the student’s family is also under self-quarantine.
Meanwhile in San Marcos
Texas State University has confirmed that it is monitoring ten people who are isolating themselves at home. The university says the issues are related to international travel, but the group does not have confirmed the COVID-19 event.
Texas State says university policy requires self-isolation for 14 days after travel to a country designated a Level 2 or 3 by the CDC.
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