Dallas University pauses in-person classes due to increasing COVID-19 cases
ByFunAsia 04 Sep 2021 10:04 AM 86

The University of Dallas has stopped face-to-face classes and in-person exercises for over seven days because of a flood of COVID-19 cases nearby.
The private Catholic college reported classes were stopped beginning Wednesday and are planned to continue Monday, September 13
As of Wednesday, 38 students and one representative had tried positive. A portion of those positive cases were athletes, bringing about games being rescheduled.
There were additionally more cases announced Thursday. However, that number was not delivered.
President Jonathan J. Sanford reported the conclusion and other new COVID-19 conventions being set up in letters to the college.
"While we surely would rather not have this interference to the semester we have started so indeed, I believe that we can, together, manage this episode quickly and well to get back to face-to-face classes soon," Sanford said.
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