University of Iowa reports 21 cases of COVID-19 among students, employees

As of Dec. 30, nine students and 12 employees have reported testing positive.

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The Old Capitol building is seen on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019.

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The University of Iowa is reporting new COVID-19 cases on campus, with 21 members of the UI community self-reporting testing positive for the virus.

As of Dec. 30, nine students and 12 employees have self-reported testing positive, bringing the student semester-to-date total to 2,829, and the employee semester-to-date total to 362.

There are no students in quarantine or in isolation in the residence halls, according to a campus-wide update sent on Monday. Students remain winter break until Jan. 25.

In Johnson County, the 14-day rolling total is 659 as of Monday. 

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