COVID-19: SDSU students to remain in dorms as cases rise

SDSU officials say there are 184 cases within the university so far.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KABC) -- At San Diego State University, students living on campus are expected to stay in their dorms until Tuesday morning.

The new order from school officials is in response to rising COVID-19 cases on campus.

Under the order, students will be allowed to leave for essentials such as food, medical care and supplies.

SDSU officials say there are 184 cases within the university so far.

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