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COVID-19 infects ECU fraternities & sororities

Published: Sep. 10, 2020 at 4:32 PM EDT|Updated: Sep. 10, 2020 at 5:01 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - East Carolina University says there are now clusters of COVID-19 at most of their fraternities and sororities.

The university announced late Thursday afternoon there were clusters at 13 different Greek organizations with a total of 126 positive cases.

ECU says those in the 13 clusters have all been identified and the university is working closely with the Pitt County Health Department.

  • Alpha Delta Pi sorority - 7 cases
  • Alpha Omicron Pi sorority - 10 cases
  • Alpha Tau Omega fraternity - 10 cases
  • Alpha Xi Delta fraternity - 15 cases
  • Chi Omega sorority - 17 cases
  • Chi Phi fraternity - 10 cases
  • Delta Zeta sorority - 6 cases
  • Kappa Delta sorority - 10 cases
  • Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity - 7 cases
  • Phi Gamma Delta fraternity - 7 cases
  • Phi Mu sorority - 8 cases
  • Sigma Nu fraternity - 9 cases
  • Zeta Tau Alpha sorority - 10 cases

The university has 17 recognized houses surrounding the campus.

Three weeks ago ECU announced a cluster at Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority with nine positive cases.

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