How University Of Arizona's President Would Like To Expand COVID-19 Testing On Campus
The University of Arizona continues to be one of the more aggressive institutions when it comes to testing for COVID-19, and that has been a constant message from school President Dr. Robert Robbins.
The university is pushing toward a 5% positivity rate, but it’s been a struggle.
One day last week recorded a 6.1% positive. That climbed to 10% a couple of days ago.
Robbins himself — though asymptomatic — was tested after being near two students who tested positive.
The Show spoke with him about the situation at the university as he quarantined at home.