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Reports of COVID cases are growing on college campuses as schools bring students back for in-person classes


After months of anticipation over what an in-person college semester in the midst of a global pandemic might look like, we’re starting to get a sense — and so far it’s not going well. 

Colleges across the country that have brought students back to campus are reporting dozens of positive cases of COVID-19. At Oklahoma State University, the school reported 23 positive cases tied to a sorority house over the weekend. At the University of Notre Dame, officials have identified 58 positive cases — most of which officials say can be traced to a single off-campus gathering — out of 502 tests since August 3

At the University of Tennessee, officials have reported 28 positive…


UNC abruptly halts in-person classes after coronavirus outbreak on campus

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