Mandatory quarantine lifted on Greek houses

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East Lansing- The mandatory quarantine was lifted earlier this month. Over thirty sororities, fraternities and apartments were in a three-week quarantine.

This quarantine was ordered by Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail. The criteria for being placed in quarantine was a simple and discrete process.

“It [house] was licensed for at least ten people to live there and there was a known case or known exposure there,” said Vail.

Since the quarantine began in September, the recorded cases in Ingham County declined.

However, Vail is unsure if it is because there are really no cases or if people are not getting tested anymore.

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