1968 Wharton graduate and former President Donald Trump at Johnstown, Pa. on Oct. 13, 2020.
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Houston Hall, one of Penn's main testing sites, on Sep. 8, 2020.
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Penn originally used nasal swab COVID-19 testing at Houston Hall in fall 2020.
Penn will begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine to all students on April 19.
President and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump speaking at a campaign rally in Johnstown, Pa. on Oct. 13, 2020.
Throughout the fall semester, Penn has used nasal swabs to test for COVID-19. The University will transition to saliva-based screening starting Dec. 7.
This semester, students were able to get tested in the Hall of Flags.
Social distance markers lead to the entrance of the Houston Hall testing site. While there typically haven't been long wait times to get tested throughout the semester, the volume of students preparing to travel home for Thanksgiving has led to longer lines.
A group of protesters stopped at the intersection of 44th and Locust Streets as they walked through the streets of West Philadelphia.
Protesters march through cars on 44th and Locust streets.
Approximately 50 protesters are currently heading eastbound on Sansom Street from 40th Street.
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President Trump speaking at his Oct. 13 rally in Johnstown, Pa.