How MIT, Harvard are managing to keep COVID-19 numbers low

East Coast universities, MIT and Harvard mitigated the spread of COVID-19 on its campuses during the onset of the fall semester and have been able to maintain low transmission numbers. "Harvard, which invited just 40% of its undergraduates to campus this fall, had a .08% positivity rate." Meanwhile, MIT had students start the first two weeks of school entirely remote and keep quarantine until administrators could determine there were no sick students on campus.

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