SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A total of 444 total confirmed and probable cases have been identified among San Diego State University students, the school said Wednesday.
According to SDSU, 440 students have tested positive for COVID-19 with four students who have probable cases.
San Diego County health officials added that one of the students was hospitalized. Their condition is unclear at this time.
The figure represents an increase of 44 cases since Tuesday when 400 students had confirmed and probable cases of the virus.
SDSU students are currently under a stay-at-home order until September 14. The order was originally set to expire this week.
Students are advised to call 2-1-1 or their medical providers and stay home if they feel ill. They can also contact Student Health Services at 619-594-4325 (Monday through Friday) or the Nurse Call Line at 858-225-3105 (after hours and during weekends and holidays). Testing is available by appointment only and can be scheduled online here.