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On-Campus Classes Cancelled at Stanford U. After Faculty Member Tests Positive for Coronavirus

On-Campus Classes Cancelled at Stanford U. After Faculty Member Tests Positive for Coronavirus

“The University has notified people who might have been exposed and requested that they self-isolate.”

This is becoming a serious problem on college campuses. Schools all over the country are having to take special measures to deal with it.

NBC Bay Area reports:

Stanford University Cancels On-Campus Classes as Faculty Member Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Stanford University officials have announced that a faculty member who works in a clinic has tested positive for the coronavirus.

In a statement released by the university, school officials said that the faculty member has not been in the work environment since experiencing symptoms.

The University has notified people who might have been exposed and requested that they self-isolate.

Two undergraduate students at the university are in self-isolation after possible exposure to the virus.

The clinic has been closed for cleaning.

Provost Persis Drell said in a letter Friday that beginning Monday, classes at the university will move to online formats and will not meet in person for the final two weeks of the winter quarter.

Where feasible, the university will be moving classes to online formats in place of in-person instruction, Drell said.

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