Local colleges addressing coronavirus threat

Updated at 4:38 p.m. to include information from CCRI and UMass Dartmouth.

BRYANT UNIVERSITY said that all Bryant students returning from abroad, either for study or regular travel, are to stay home for two weeks before returning to campus as a 'precaution' regarding the growing spread of coronavirus. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
BRYANT UNIVERSITY said that all Bryant students returning from abroad, either for study or regular travel, are to stay home for two weeks before returning to campus as a 'precaution' regarding the growing spread of coronavirus. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – As the concerns over coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, continue to grow, several local colleges are taking steps to address the matter, including canceling or altering programming and limiting international travel during spring break. Two people from Rhode Island – one adult and one teenager – tested positive for the disease over the weekend…

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