Q30 News Online Exclusive: COVID-19

On the first online exclusive Q30 Newscast, Brooke Reilly anchors from her home in New York with the latest on COVID-19 and Quinnipiac’s response.

Now that all classes are online for the remainder of the semester, the faculty senate approved the option of a pass/fail system instead of letter grades in a 16-0 vote.

Many events are now being held virtually, including classes, student organization meetings, admitted student experiences and more; however, the links aren’t always protected allowing people to intrude. Quinnipiac is working to address this before it happens to the university.

The number of positive tests for COVID-19 continues to rise across the state of Connecticut. Jennifer Cuevas covers this and more in a local update from her home in Connecticut.

With students being home, businesses in Hamden are hurting financially. Kaye Paddyfote has the story.

The government is continuing to address this pandemic at local, state and national levels. President Donald Trump extended restrictions on social distancing until April 30. Kailee Heffler has more on what’s going on around the country from her home in Massachusetts.

Luca Triant has the latest forecast for the tri-state area from his home in Connecticut.

Companies are giving back to first responders working on the front line in the battle against COVID-19. Hannah Mirsky has the details.

All this and more on this online exclusive.