Residents of those Greek houses have been told to quarantine for 14 days from the day the outbreak was declared. Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Xi Delta have six cases each, while Chi Omega and Kappa Delta have five cases apiece, the Riley County Health Department said Friday.
At Kansas State, event permits associated with fraternity and sorority organizations through September 10 have been canceled or revoked.
“It is no longer deemed safe to hold these events in person and they may not take place,” the county said in a statement.
Meantime, the University of Kansas reported a 10% positivity rate among its Greek community, with 270 members of sororities and fraternities there testing positive. That campus, in Lawrence, is about 75 miles from Kansas State.