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


Students walk past Wilson Library on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Jonathan Drake | Reuters

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced Monday it is canceling in-person undergraduate classes and shifting them entirely to remote learning after a coronavirus outbreak quickly spread across campus just two weeks after students returned for the fall semester. 

University administrators made the announcement just a week after classes began at the campus, which has roughly 30,000 students. The entire UNC system has more than 200,000 students, but the university officials said the decision applies just to its Chapel Hill campus, which was one of the…


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