Texas Tech Investigating Report Of Party After Viral Video Shows Woman Claiming She Has COVID-19

Texas Tech University is currently investigating a report of a party after a video surfaced of a woman admitting to have the COVID-19 virus.

TMZ reports the video, that has since gone viral, first surfaced on Twitter and in it a young woman at a house party says that when asked if she has coronavirus she responds with,  "Yes, I f**king have COVID, the whole f**king world has COVID."

The woman proceeded to flip her camera around and show other people at the party with no face masks or adhering to any social distancing.

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Though it has not been confirmed whether the woman actually has COVID-19 or if she is in fact enrolled at Texas Tech, the University has then addressed the situation by posting a Tweet that reads:

"We have received a report and are aware of a video related to COVID. The matter is being addressed by the Office of the Dean of Student and Student Conduct."

According to TMZ, Texas Tech has a total of 612 active COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday. 571 cases involved students.

University President Lawrence Schovanec attributed the rise in COVID-19 numbers to off-campus parties and social gatherings.