Uturns

Universities begin U-turns as campus life brings outbreaks

Some notable universities that spent time and resources planning to reopen campuses amid the coronavirus pandemic are now backtracking as COVID-19 cases surge among students.

announced that “in-person classes for the University’s nearly 12,000 students are suspended, effective Wednesday, replaced by remote instruction only for the next two weeks because positive rates for the coronavirus continue to climb.”” data-reactid=”17″On Tuesday, Notre Dame announced that “in-person classes for the University’s nearly 12,000 students are suspended, effective Wednesday, replaced by remote instruction only for the next two weeks because positive rates for the coronavirus continue to climb.”

spike in COVID-19 cases despite testing students before resuming in-campus instruction.” data-reactid=”22″Notre Dame, located in In South Bend, Indiana, saw a spike in COVID-19 cases despite testing students before resuming in-campus instruction.

shut down its dorms to most students and moved classes to online for the fall amid the “alarming rate” of coronavirus

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