UPDATE: UND Student Tests Negative for COVID-19

North Dakota Still Has Zero Cases As of March 10, 2020
Covid And Coronavirus

UPDATE (5 P.M. MARCH 10,2020) — A student at UND has tested negative for the coronavirus.

The student was in self-quarantine during the testing.

It was conducted on Monday by the Grand Forks and North Dakota health departments.

There are zero confirmed cases of coronavirus or COVID-19 in North Dakota.

Out of 8 total tests in North Dakota, 7 have come back negative and one is still pending.

A total of 24 people have been monitored to date.



GRAND FORKS, N.D.–A University of North Dakota student has quarantined himself after being tested for COVID-19.

The Grand Forks and North Dakota Departments of Health requested the test on March 9. The results are still pending.

Any students concerned about their health are encouraged to call the UND Student Health Services at 701-777-4500 before visiting the facility.

KVRR will provide more information about the situation as it becomes available.

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