The University of Connecticut says 57 students who have tested positive for COVID-19 are in isolation as university officials continue testing its 5,000 residential students. The university's latest figures as of Saturday shows 1.1% of residential students are currently positive. So far, 69 of those students have tested positive while 10 have recovered. Students began returning to campus on Aug. 14. All were tested for the virus and all were supposed to limit their contact with others during their first 14 days back on campus. Two of the university's more than 3,000 faculty and staff members have tested positive.