COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — At least 30 cases of adenovirus have now been confirmed at the University of Maryland College Park.

The virus, which led to the death of freshman Olivia Paregol last month, has hospitalized at least eight people.

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UMD said over the winter break it plans to deep clean frequently touched surfaces in dorms, including doorknobs, desks and light switches.

Symptoms of adenovirus can range from mild common colds to serious complications such as intestinal infections or neurological problems.

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