BARNESVILLE, Ga. — Gordon State College in Barnesville reports two of their students 'may have been exposed to' COVID-19.

In a post to the college's website, the school gave few details, but said the possible exposure came while the students were working at an off-campus location. It didn't say where.

The college wrote, "The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is expediting testing for the students to determine if they are infected with the virus. The students currently are quarantined at home, off-campus, and self-monitoring for symptoms."

The school does not say whether the students are reporting any symptoms and said "the overall risk of COVID-19 to students at Gordon State College is low."

The school advises its students to practice health-safety measures, such as hand washing.

As of Wednesday morning, there are no confirmed or presumptive positive cases in Central Georgia.

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