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SummerOfGeorge
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Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
COVID19 - Cases on College Campuses

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A New York Times survey of every public four-year college in the country, as well as every private institution that competes in Division I sports or is a member of an elite group of research universities, revealed at least 6,300 cases tied to about 270 colleges over the course of the pandemic. And the new academic year has not even begun at most schools.

There is no standardized reporting method for coronavirus cases and deaths at colleges, and the information is not being publicly tracked at a national level. Of nearly 1,000 institutions contacted by The Times, some had already posted case information online, some provided full or partial numbers and others refused to answer basic questions, citing privacy concerns. Hundreds of colleges did not respond at all.

Still, the Times survey represents the most comprehensive look at the toll the virus has already taken on the country’s colleges and universities.

Coronavirus infections on campuses might go unnoticed if not for reporting by academic institutions themselves because they do not always show up in official state or countywide tallies, which generally exclude people who have permanent addresses elsewhere, as students often do.

The Times survey included four-year public schools in the United States, some of which are subject to public records laws, that are members of the Association of American Universities or that compete at the highest level of college sports. It has not yet expanded to include hundreds of other institutions, including most private schools and community colleges, where students, faculty and staff are struggling with the same difficult decisions.

Among the colleges that provided information, many offered no details about who contracted the virus, when they became ill or whether a case was connected to a larger outbreak. It is possible that some of the cases were identified months ago, in the early days of the outbreak in the United States before in-person learning was cut short, and that others involved students and employees who had not been on campus recently.


1. Texas - 449
2. UCF - 438
3. Georgia - 390
4. Washington - 249
5. Florida - 217

19. Ole Miss - 81
44. Mississippi St - 33
109. Missouri - 10
157. Kentucky - 4
175. Auburn - 3
192. Texas A&M - 2
220. Arkansas - 1
220. Tennessee - 1
NR. Alabama - 0
NR. LSU - 0
NR. South Carolina - 0
NR. Vanderiblt - 0
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skrayper
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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NR. Alabama - 0
NR. LSU - 0
NR. South Carolina - 0
NR. Vanderiblt - 0


The least nasty of the SEC campuses.


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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The least nasty of the SEC campuses.



Or they just refused to give any information


Sun God
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
Yeah there is no chance that LSU number is true. We’d probably be #1 actually


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TigerLunatik
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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Or they just refused to give any information

Not don't bowing down to the man. I like it.


3down10
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Or they just refused to give any information


Has to be since we know some football players have had it.


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TigahJay
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
A&M is leading for the HIV National Championship


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skrayper
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Or they just refused to give any information



Well probably :p

Especially considering Alabama and Louisiana have some of the fastest growing numbers, but I still like the idea of these somehow pristine campuses standing strong against the waves of the infected.

Like a zombie apocalypse, but without having 7 seasons too many.


TigerLunatik
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Like a zombie apocalypse, but without having 7 seasons too many.



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Kentucker
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
Damn, UCF can’t even get to #1 with a pandemic virus.


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idlewatcher
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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192. Texas A&M - 2


Wrong


CGSC Lobotomy
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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1. Texas - 449


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192. Texas A&M - 2


How is one campus doing it so horribly wrong while another campus less than 200 miles away is doing it significantly better?
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CGSC Lobotomy
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Construction workers =/= students


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Irons Puppet
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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The least nasty of the SEC campuses.


Or they just refused to give any information



Exactly. Spring Break, Mardi Gras and Frat/Sorority Formals in NO, caused widespread outbreaks for many Southern Schools. Most went unreported.


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JohnnyRebel
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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The least nasty of the SEC campuses


Says the Alabama fan, who’s students actually had Corona Virus parties. Trashy af smh.


PlateJohnsonIII
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1. Texas - 449


Not surprising.

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2. UCF - 438

Is there anything UCF isn't completely sucky at?

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3. Georgia - 390

Filled with dumbass virus deniers and mask refusers.

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NR. Alabama - 0
NR. LSU - 0

Definitely bull shite.

These numbers are also kind of lame. Total # of students who have gotten the virus would have been better as most colleges don't even have students back on campus yet.


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KingOrange
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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NR. Alabama - 0 NR. LSU - 0 NR. South Carolina - 0 NR. Vanderiblt - 0


Big 4


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TideCPA
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We're going to retroactively claim 500 cases.


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3down10
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Says the Alabama fan, who’s students actually had Corona Virus parties. Trashy af smh.





I bet you also believe you shouldn't flash your headlights at cars who don't have their lights on because the other car might be doing a gang initiation.



EKG
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re: Race for the Coronavirus National Championship - Texas clings to an early lead
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NR. Alabama - 0
NR. LSU - 0
NR. South Carolina - 0
NR. Vanderiblt - 0

The least nasty of the SEC campuses.

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At least 30 of LSU's 115 players have been isolated because they tested positive for COVID-19 or were found to have had contact with those who tested positive.

Sports Illustrated

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A number of Alabama football players tested positive upon their return to campus, AL.com reported June 4.

AL.com

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Vanderbilt freshman guard Tyrin Lawrence announced Saturday on Twitter that he has tested positive for COVID-19.


247 Sports


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