COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A University of Maryland, College Park, spokeswoman says the school plans to update at least two dorms to prevent mold outbreaks after an infestation caused a temporary evacuation.

Jessica Jennings tells The Baltimore Sun that the school plans to boost the dehumidifying abilities of two dorms next summer.

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University Of Maryland Moves Students After Mold Found In Dorms

A mold infestation caused one dorm to be evacuated in September.

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A contractor investigating the mold’s cause found that the dorm’s air-conditioning system couldn’t control building humidity.

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