CLOSE COVID-19 widespread testing is crucial to fighting the pandemic, but is there enough testing? The answer is in the positivity rates. USA TODAYDespite a Labor Day weekend heat wave that would normally send them flocking to the beach, thousands of San Diego State University students have been ordered to stay indoors because of an outbreak of the coronavirus.About 2,600 students live on campus from among 35,000 enrolled at the university. The lockdown order follows a move to online classes only several days ago. The university has reported 120 cases so far.Taking a hard line, Northeastern University plans to dismiss 11 first-year students – and not refund their tuition – after they were found together in a hotel room in Boston. The gathering violated rules aimed at preventing spread of COVID-19.And a single Maine wedding reception last month accounted for at least 147 COVID-19 cases, including three deaths, officials say.A USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data through late Saturday shows one state set records for new cases: West Virginia. Three states had a record number of deaths in a week: Kentucky, Missouri and North Dakota. The records come amid fears that Labor Day weekend parties could spread the virus.On Sunday, Kentucky Gov. Andy


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