Twenty-five students and five employees have tested positive for the coronavirus at Liberty University in Lynchburg, a school spokesman said.
16 Liberty students and staff have tested negative, 71 are awaiting the results of a test and 67 are currently in quarantine.
Approximately 8,000 students live on campus, 7,000 commute to campus for class, and there are roughly 5,000 faculty and staff. In-person classes resumed Monday.
I remember saying this during the Tea Party protests, and I"ll say it now: screaming at elected officials is quite literally one of the blessings of liberty and living in a free society.
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