• Johannes Becht

SWOSU's COVID-19 numbers drop to lowest since August 31

Updated: Oct 22




By Johannes Becht

News Editor


After two weeks with a massive increase in COVID-19 cases at Southwestern Oklahoma State University and rumors about transition to virtual classes, the numbers continue to drop after two significant decreases during the last weeks.


15 total active cases were reported by the SWOSU administration on Tuesday, Oct 20, among them 12 Weatherford students, 3 employees and no Sayre students. This is 12 less than last week, and 52 less than 2 weeks ago.


Around 5% of the student body has to be infected in order to move most classes online, according to a contingency plan by the administration.


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