MU’s fall plans include isolation housing, face masks and hybrid classes

Fall plans at MU will include isolation facilities, hybrid classes, and a recommended pre-semester quarantine for students, the Columbia Missourian reports.

Measures such as maintaining six feet of social distance and consistent monitoring of symptoms and temperatures will be instituted for the fall semester.

MU has set aside lodging for students living in housing on campus to isolate positive cases and quarantine their close contacts.

Students, staff and faculty are expected to supply their own face coverings. Face coverings will be required in classrooms and will be recommended in open areas within campus buildings.

Fall classes will be conducted in several formats, including a blended hybrid, face-to-face and fully online.

Move-in for students living in university housing is scheduled from Aug. 12-23.


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