Four new cases of COVID-19 announced from the 756 Pittsburg State University students that were tested. Over the past few weeks Pitt State tested the students as part of a move-in process required by the county of those planning to live in residence halls. There are now 15 positive cases, which is a 1.98% positive rate. Those who tested positive either returned home or moved off campus to alternative housing. Crawford County Health Director Rebecca Adamson says two are already out of isolation, and all test results are in. The tests, conducted via saliva samples, were sent to a lab in Parsons for 24-hour results. The county is working with the university on contact tracing.