After an outbreak of COVID-19 at SUNY Oswego, the school took a two-week hiatus, suspending in-person classes. On Friday, SUNY Oswego announced it successfully quashed the outbreak, and the campus will reopen to in-person learning on Monday.

According to SUNY, the Oswego campus had 180 active cases two weeks ago; that number dropped to 28 yesterday.

SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras joined Capital Tonight host Susan Arbetter with details.