• Johannes Becht

The worst is over - COVID-19 cases at SWOSU drop to 30

Updated: Oct 15




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 a significant decrease last week.


30 total active cases were reported by the SWOSU administration, among them 27 Weatherford students, 2 employees and 1 Sayre student.


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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