Read The Shorthorn's coverage of the new coronavirus
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The additional 11 cases this week reflect a cross-section of students on campus and include staff and contractors, university spokesperson Joe Carpenter said.

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Some cases are the result of active testing in designated student populations such as student-athletes and individuals associated with past reported positive cases identified through contact tracing.

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If a student, faculty or staff member is personally diagnosed with COVID-19, they must report it to the university by filling out a personal diagnosis form and will need to self-isolate.

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The Shorthorn is keeping track of confirmed COVID-19 cases at UTA. In the table below, the cases are separated into different categories, and it will be updated as cases are reported.

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Tarrant County Public Health will administer testing from the site, and Fire Chief Don Crowson said more information on the location will be announced next week.

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The state currently has 13,484 reported COVID-19 cases with 271 deaths, and the extended declaration is meant to ensure adequate public health resources and support capabilities.