PEORIA (WEEK) — The positivity rate for COVID-19 cases at Bradley University is looking promising.
According to the school's COVID-19 dashboard, the rate is 1.92% as of Friday, almost an entire percentage point lower than it was at the beginning of the year.
It comes over a week after Bradley lifted its campus-wide quarantine on Sept. 23. Some restrictions are still in place, though, including limiting visits to off-campus establishments like bars and restaurants.
So far, positive cases on campus have peaked at 52 in mid-September.
The university has stated the school could return to quarantine if they see another spike in cases or a rise in the positivity rate.