The University of Kentucky says 24 of its employees have been placed on administrative leave for not complying with COVID-19 testing policies. News outlets report 146 students haven’t complied with the university rule that unvaccinated students and staff get tested regularly for COVID-19. There are 26,523 students and 20,710 employees eligible for the rule. UK spokesman Jay Blanton says the university has had “remarkable compliance,” with nearly 90% of the campus vaccinated. The University of Louisville also has a testing policy for unvaccinated community members. Spokesman John Karman says no staff or students have been suspended for violating the policy.