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College students urged not to travel home for Thanksgiving amid COVID-19

College students urged not to travel home for Thanksgiving amid COVID-19

UB will maintain in-person instruction until November 25 and will transition to fully remote instruction after the break ends on November 29 until the end of the fall semester on December 21.

Due to the pandemic, students who have traveled home during the break are advised to stay home until the following spring semester. "This way exposed student will not be returning to campus and putting others at risk".

Stenger said the development did not come as a surprise because the university has been "aggressively testing almost every campus" in preparation for the Thanksgiving break.

"It is such a major operation, safely, to get all the students back to campus, that you really can not manage that more than twice a year", explained Frederick M. Lawrence, former president of Brandeis University in MA and chief executive officer of the Phi Beta Kappa Society in Washington. "A negative test result does not guarantee that you are free of the virus, and you still may be able to spread the virus to others".

In response to the surge in COVID-19 cases nationally and within the commonwealth of Virginia, Governor Ralph Northam, D-Va., announced heightened restrictions meant to limit the spread of the virus.

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Since there are prizes given, more housing students are getting tested.

Because people can contract COVID-19 and the flu at the same time, following these steps could help prevent both diseases from surging in the Temple and North Central communities, Johnson said. He also cautioned students and anyone else planning to visit families to be careful, even after a negative test.

Johnson County Public Health Department Community Health Division Manager Sam Jarvis said families should consider alternative options for celebrating instead of a large in-person gathering.

UI second-year Sydney Uhlman, who works at Burge Residence Hall, said she felt unsafe returning home for Thanksgiving Break given the large amount of people she interacts with while in Iowa City. Testing is also available for employees.

Four sources are compiling information about colleges and COVID-19, including case-tracking maps: The New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Davidson College's College Crisis Initiative (C2i), and Inside Higher Education. "So, while we have crossed the 100 positive case threshold, it is also important to understand the broader context and recognize that your efforts this past semester have paid off".

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Thanksgiving does look a little different for one college student.

Cabot Testing Center will be open with reduced hours during the break and students who choose to stay in Boston are urged to make their appointments at least a day in advance to stay within testing compliance, Chancellor and Senior Vice President for Learning Ken Henderson wrote in the email.

However, the school says a sudden shift in operations would disrupt plans to test more than 5,000 on-campus students and it would allow them to leave before being testing. Four days after they return, they'll take another test.

This goes for the family they are visiting as well.

"I think that's very smart".

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