Possible COVID-19 exposure at UTC
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- UTC students returned to campus on Tuesday and the Health department has already warned of a possible COVID-19 exposure.
According to the health department, anyone who has had interaction with members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity beginning on August 8th may have been exposed.
The health department and the school are working together to contact trace those individuals who have visited or live at the fraternity house.
UTC & @HamiltonHealth are collaborating in contact tracing to identify people possibly exposed to COVID-19 through interaction with members of Kappa Sigma Fraternity starting Aug 8.
Complete info, including how to notify if you were exposed, here: https://t.co/qlinXLqoi3
— UTChattanooga (@UTChattanooga) August 15, 2020
Free testing will be available this weekend at the Village Church on North Chamberlain Avenue and at the Alstom Plant.
FREE COVID-19 testing this weekend:
1. Alstom Plant, 1125 Riverfront Pkwy
Saturday & Sunday, August 15 & 16: 7AM to 11AM
2. The Village Church, 2800 N. Chamberlain Ave
Saturday, August 15: 10AM to 1PM
Sunday, August 16: 12 Noon to 3PM
— HamiltonHealth (@HamiltonHealth) August 14, 2020