University of Miami student with coronavirus still holds party at house, reports say

OXFORD, Ohio — Police breaking up a party attended by University of Miami students last weekend discovered the person hosting it was “quarantining” because he had tested positive for the coronavirus a week earlier.

WCPO Channel 9 reports six students at the party Saturday afternoon were cited for violating coronavirus orders. There 20 students inside the house when officers arrived, WCPO reports.

When police began questioning a student who lived in the house, they learned he had tested positive for the coronavirus. Police asked him if he was supposed to be in quarantine and he answered, “Yeah. That’s why I’m at my house,” WCPO reports.

The student initially told officers that everyone attending the party had tested positive, WLWT Channel 5 reports. He then said it was likely two students had tested positive, WCPO reports.

“That’s what we’re trying to prevent. We want to keep this town open,” the officer tells the student. “You’re not quarantining if you’re mixing with other people.”

The university has been struggling with an outbreak of the virus, with more than 1,000 students testing positive during the past two weeks. Still, the school plans to resume in-person classes on Sept. 21, Fox 19 reports.

The university still expects the on-campus population to be reduced by about 40 percent as some students use remote learning, reports say.

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Watch live: Trump holds White House news conference on Labor Day

President Trump is holding a news conference Monday at the White House, as he touts the economy and jobs as millions are still out of work. The president is still facing backlash from an article in The Atlantic that alleged he called fallen soldiers “suckers” and “losers,” which he and White House officials have vigorously denied. 

“Biggest and Fastest Financial Recovery In History. Next year will be the best ever, unless a Sleepy person, who wants to massively raise your taxes, gets in. I’m which case, CRASH!!!” Mr. Trump tweeted Monday morning.

“10.6 Million Jobs Created In Just 4 Months, A Record!!!” he also tweeted


How to watch President Trump’s news conference today

  • What: President Trump’s news conference 
  • Date: September 7, 2020 
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Location: The White House
  • Online stream: Live on CBSN – in the player above and on your mobile or streaming device 

Mr. Trump has emphatically denied the report in The Atlantic, some details of which have been confirmed by other outlets including Fox News, that he called Americans who died at war “losers” and “suckers.” 

“I would be willing to swear on anything that I never said that about our fallen heroes. There is nobody that respects them more. So, I just think it’s a horrible, horrible thing,” Mr. Trump told reporters last week.

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