182 - Provost Dr. Michael Kotlikoff on How Cornell University Has Kept Campus Case Counts Low
15 min

This fall, Cornell University invited all students back to campus. Out of roughly 28,000 people on campus including students, faculty and staff, the school has seen only 100 positive tests. Provost Dr. Michael Kotlikoff talks with Stephanie Desmon about Cornell’s success which includes robust testing in an on-site lab, contact tracing, and a strategy called “adaptive testing” where tracers work to identify how people who test positive may have been exposed and then test those people and their contacts to break potential transmission chains before they start.

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