Posted by Big Ron on August 21, 20 at 15:50:40:
In Reply to: Re: It would help if the conferences could all count posted by So So on August 21, 20 at 12:20:01:
From CBS News -
The University of Notre Dame abruptly canceled all in-person classes on Tuesday evening and moved to fully online instruction for at least two weeks, the latest college to struggle with reopening their campus amid the highly-contagious pandemic. . . . . University officials have pinned the surge of infections to an off-campus party, where students didn't wear masks and social distancing wasn't practiced. Per university policy, the hosts of the party may have "jeopardize[d] their ability to remain a part of the University community."
At Notre Dame, cases could be even higher than what the university has reported. Students told CBS South Bend affiliate WSBT-TV that the school's COVID-19 testing program has fallen short of promises made earlier in the summer.
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Notre Dame is a wealthy school with about 12,000 students. ASU is a state school with 8 times the population. If ND has problems maintaining an effective testing program, I worry about ASUís chance of success with a massive testing program.
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