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Over $33K in coronavirus fines issued at the University of Guelph amid outbreak

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University of Guelph‘s campus police have issued over $33,000 in coronavirus-related fines since a COVID-19 outbreak was declared on Jan.

21.The outbreak was caused by what officials called “unsanctioned social gatherings” inside a campus residence on Jan. 15-16.

Most University of Guelph students connected to COVID-19 outbreak have recovered The university said most attendees were first-year domestic students taking virtual courses but resulted in over 200 individuals being forced into isolation.As of Wednesday, the university reported 67 confirmed cases connected to the outbreak with 64 already resolved.After the outbreak was declared, campus police began to issue $120 fines under the school’s own COVID-19 policy.

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