Mercy College cancels classes after faculty member tests positive for coronavirus

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An adjunct faculty member at Mercy College has tested positive for the coronavirus.

The faculty member was last on the Dobbs Ferry campus Friday, March 6.

Students who came in contact with the faculty member will be notified by Mercy College on next steps.

Campuses in Dobbs Ferry, Yorktown and New Rochelle have canceled class through Sunday, and will begin online classes Monday.

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