The number of new cases in a university in the United States doubled in a week, and the University announced the suspension of face-to-face courses

Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA announced on the 30th that 103 students at the University have been infected with the new coronavirus and will suspend live teaching for two weeks. < / P > < p > according to CNN, the University said it had conducted 5000 tests in the past two weeks and found 103 cases, nearly double the number of infection cases reported last week. Most of the cases were asymptomatic, and a few had mild to moderate influenza like symptoms. The school reported 58 cases last week. “The surge in cases is worrisome and seems to be related to students’ participation in small social activities outside the school,” said Engeler, President of Temple University < / P > < p > Engeler said that students who plan to take part in the on-site teaching will take part in the online course before September 11, and then they will be evaluated to determine how the follow-up course will be carried out. “During this period, only the school will give face-to-face teaching if it considers it necessary, and the school will inform these students. Online courses will not be affected. ” < / P > < p > recently, the opening of autumn school in the United States has triggered a surge of cases in many schools. According to Capitol Hill, 1043 students have been confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus since the University of Alabama resumed classes in early August. Since this year, a total of 1201 students have been diagnosed. In addition, nine staff members have been infected with the new coronavirus since the school officially started classes on August 19. US media said that since the resumption of classes in autumn, the University of Alabama has the largest number of reported infections in the United States.