(CBS DETROIT) – Students at Michigan State University are being asked to stay inside their homes for two weeks.

This comes after MSU recently announced a higher positivity rate among its COVID-19 cases.

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School officials say since 2,500 students moved on campus for the spring semester cases have been rising.

Last week the University of Michigan enforced a shelter-in-place due to increased coronavirus cases.

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