March 8, 6:12 a.m. A hockey game between Utica College and Elmira College was suspended on Saturday, due to COVID-19.
Utica tweeted, “In accordance with COVID-19 health and safety protocols, tonight’s men’s hockey game between Utica College and Elmira College has been suspended due to a positive test within the Utica team.”
The Observer-Disptach reported that two periods were played normally, but a 45-minute delay in starting the third period was followed by the announcement that the game had been suspended. No information was available on who had COVID-19, or when the diagnosis was received. Numerous athletic events have been called off this year because of COVID-19, but not during the games.
Utica led Elmira 5-2 when the game was suspended.
— Scott Jaschik
March 4, 6:16 a.m. The University of Michigan has deactivated the ID cards that undergraduates use for access to nonresidential buildings for 375 undergraduates who failed to comply with requirements that they be tested for COVID-19.
“The notification sent on Tuesday should not come as a surprise to the recipients,” said Sarah Daniels, associate dean of students and a member of the Compliance and Accountability Team. “Prior to this notification, students were sent reminders via email … that they needed to complete their weekly test because they are in the mandatory testing cohort.”
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