LAWRENCE, KS (AP) -- The University of Kansas said Wednesday it will test for COVID-19 all students, faculty and staff who return to campus for the fall semester. Chancellor Douglas Girod said in a video message that some logistics still have to be worked out, but the university has made arrangements with the Clinical Reference Laboratory in nearby Lenexa to conduct the saliva testing, the Lawrence Journal-World reported.
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
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