With Aims for In-Person Learning this Fall, Area Colleges Mull Plans for ‘Class of COVID-19’
March 01, 2021
This story written by Greg Mason and photos at the University of Idaho by Tyler Tjomsland were published in The Spokesman-Review on Feb. 28.
Institutions are planning for as robust of an in-person experience as allowed by the ongoing pandemic. They’re doing so tentatively, however, citing state and federal guidelines that could change over time. College leaders are encouraged by the improving availability of COVID-19 vaccines. At this point, most area colleges and universities are encouraging, but not requiring, vaccinations for students and staff. Read story and see photos.
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