PROVO, Utah — It appears that officials at BYU have had enough of students who refuse to follow the school's mask policy on campus.
A photo released on BYU's Harold B. Lee Library Twitter page shows an area of the building shut down after student's violated the mask rule.
"Due to non-compliance with the campus mask policy, this area is temporarily closed," the sign reads.
BYU struggled with COVID-19 cases among students and staff during the first few weeks of the fall semester before lowering the number of positive tests.
Thank you to all the students wearing masks. Most of you are really helping. I've found a few places where people think they don't need a mask. From now on I'll be closing areas for the day where people aren't following the university policy. pic.twitter.com/7I9K7xL5ZR— BYU Harold B. Lee Library (@byu_hbll) November 12, 2020
The school reported 218 COVID-19 cases during the week of Oct. 30 through Nov. 5.
All students, employees and visitors to the BYU campus are required to wear masks inside university buildings, classroom settings and outdoors within six feet of any other individual.