The State's Attorney and public defender's offices are set to work together.
The center also suspended online appointment scheduling.
The man was in his 60s and had an underlying medical condition.
“As devastating as it is,” Montgomery said, “I think it's about what's next.”
It's part of the city’s latest efforts to encourage “social distancing” to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Union leadership says it's still waiting for a list of the employees the university is asking to come in.
Twenty-four people signed up to help students in need.
Many are scheduled to report for work on Wednesday.
The Board of Regents held a virtual meeting Monday to discuss COVID-19.
“I don’t think you could’ve written it any better,” Turgeon said. “It was a great ending.”