Doril lived off campus, and all her classes were online. The university did not say how it spread the virus.
“When he began to feel uncomfortable earlier this month, his mother encouraged him to come home, for quarantine, and for testing for Covid-19,” Sherry Evers, the state’s chancellor, told the university community in an announcement. Told the community in an ad.
“After testing positive for COVID-19 in his home county, he followed isolation procedures and was cleared by his doctor cutter to return to Boone.
When he returned to school, Dorrill began to experience more difficulties, Everts said. His family then picked him up, and he was hospitalized.
“Although the risk of serious illness is generally low, college-age adults can become seriously ill with COVID-19. As we approach the half-mark by the last day of fall semester classes, we have seen an increase in COVID-19. “Cases in students,” Elevates warned.
CNN reached out to Dorrill’s family for comment, but did not immediately respond.
Liam Dunman, a student at App State, said death was “definitely buzzing” with him.