A person “who regularly had contact in Hoffman Hall,” which houses undergraduate programs of the USC Marshall School of Business, tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced Thursday.

The person, who has recovered and is living off-campus, was a former resident of McCarthy Honors Residential College in USC Village and was last on campus on March 13, according to USC.

USC told residents and staff of the business school that they “may have had an exposure to COVID-19,” and encouraged anyone with symptoms to self-isolate.

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