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Students living on campus will each receive two cloth masks at move-in. They'll either have to provide proof of a test or be tested prior to move-in.
A lot of the plans focus specifically on monitoring high-risk ppl.
Changes to campus policy and code of conduct:
• Requirement to comply with public health ordinances
• Requirement to wear a face mask in compliance with City orders and campus policy
CU and Boulder police will be working with university officials, Draper says.
Staff/faculty will work from home when possible
"Enrollments are fairly normal," he says. There is a drop in international enrollments.
O'Rourke: Possibly. It will depend on the circumstances.
We'll assess on case-by-case basis.
O'Rourke: We've got an arrangement with Quest Labs. And we're doing rapid response tests for screening. "We think we're fairly close" to having that technology.
"Our citizens would feel better about that," he says. "More safe."
"One of the experiences of college is getting to know new people," he says. "There's going to be community spread."
There will have to be consequences, O'Rourke says.
For example: No large lecture classes.
"Every student will have online learning."
Shares that his three nephews in NJ have all been exposed. "Just got a text," Yates says.
Yates suggests the same type of thing with CU students on the Hill