MSU preps for campus COVID-19 cases by leasing hotel

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– Missouri State knows exactly what it’ll do if one of its students comes down with COVID-19.

The school’s board of governors passed a resolution Friday, saying the school will lease the Q Hotel, and use it to house quarantining students who test positive for the virus.

The hotel, located next to Hammons Field, has more than 100 rooms. MSU is also reserving a residence hall and additional rooms for separating coronavirus patients.

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