The university says all four students are in quarantine, and none live in a Laurier residence hall.
Wilfrid Laurier University said in a release that the post-secondary institution has been notified that four of its students have tested positive for COVID-19. The university says that all four individuals are now in quarantine, and that none of them live in a Laurier residence hall. The identity of the students is protected by privacy legislation and will not be shared with the public.
Two of the confirmed cases are being managed by Region of Waterloo Public Health – anyone identified as being a high-risk close contact with either of the individuals will be notified by Region of Waterloo Public Health directly. The remaining two cases are being managed by Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health.
The university says that they’re currently taking direction from public health and will take further action and provide further updates as necessary.