How SU survived a COVID-19 fall semester

When Salisbury University faced the likelihood of having to enact a campus-wide lockdown due to the rapidly increasing prevalence of COVID-19 cases, the school took steps to revise protocols and mandate further regulations in order to keep operations running. From hybrid classrooms to "mandating negative tests on file every 30 days for university members to retain access to campus facilities," the university has recently been touted as a model for successfully staying open amid the pandemic.

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