Two MU employees diagnosed with coronavirus

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Two employees at the University of Missouri tested positive for COVID-19 and are in self-quarantine.

According to the university, both employees sequestered themselves immediately and are recovering at home.

It’s unclear when or how the two employees contracted the virus.

The UM System president send out a notice earlier in the week, asking all employees to work from home starting Monday, March 23 until Sunday, April 12.

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