MSU Texas reports 3 staff, 3 students active COVID-19 cases

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Following the MSU Texas president's statement detailing the steps the university intends to take to address diversity and inclusion on campus, a Twitter chain with #BlackatMSUTexas started Thursday.

Following the MSU Texas president’s statement detailing the steps the university intends to take to address diversity and inclusion on campus, a Twitter chain with #BlackatMSUTexas started Thursday.

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Midwestern State University officials are now reporting a new faculty or staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 while a student has recovered.

According to the Reported Cases on MSU’s coronavirus update page, there are six active cases at this time: three faculty or staff members and three students.

Texoma’s Homepage reported there were two faculty or staff members and four students cases at 4 p.m. Wednesday, and an hour later MSU Texas updated the page with new numbers.

MSU officials have yet to update information on Thursday as of 4:15 p.m., but officials said they may not update the website every day, but they will as soon as they are given the information from the health district.

Click here for more information from MSU Texas on the Reported Cases page.

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