Students who are noncompliant with testing requirements receive two warning letters before being referred to the Office of Student Conduct.
The testing, which started in October, will continue into the spring semester.
The problems range from missed phone calls to delayed results.
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Those returning in-person to USM institutions will also have to start daily symptom monitoring and reporting 14 days before arriving on campus.
The tests returned a 1.04 percent positivity rate, which is below the state’s average positivity rate of 3.8 percent, according to a campuswide email.
There will be reduced capacity in dorms, and courses with over 50 students will likely be held partially online.
Gov. Larry Hogan said his wife, the country's first Korean American first lady, championed the operation.
Maryland counties had already announced similar orders requiring face-coverings.