BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Loyola University Maryland student has tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced Sunday evening.

Another student is awaiting test results, they added.

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University President Rev. Brian Linnane said both students are making a good recovery at home.

“This news, difficult as it is to receive, is a tangible reminder of why we have taken the steps we have taken and put the policies in place that we are implementing.” He said.

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At least 30 people in Maryland have tested positive for the coronavirus.

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