Texas has reported the smallest per day increase in coronavirus infection since early July and its fewest new coronavirus cases in a week as well. However, the authorities warned that a network outage meant not all laboratories were able to report test results electronically.
The opening of schools to large crowd has being a thought demeaned by hundreds of Universities around the world. Anyways, you must also know that a lot of Universities and students in some countries and states are pushing for resumption.
The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University has issued 228 interim suspensions to it students for flawing the implemented coronavirus related safety guidelines. The university has threatened consequences for students who host gatherings of more than 10 people, where people are not wearing masks or observing social distancing at all.
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Auburn University reported 207 new positive cases of COVID-19 from last week till mow, this included 202 students and five employees. Those numbers are a fivefold increase from the 41 positives cases reported last week. The University has had 545 total positive cases since March.
Students packed bars in downtown Auburn over the weekend. And officials now are investigating reports of students not wearing masks or practicing social distancing in the bars. The state of Alabama has a mask mandate in place until the end of the month and those who disobey will be published.
University of Alabama
The University of Alabama just declined to publish the specific cases of positive infection on campus. But the University of Alabama system plans to announce those numbers later today later on for reasons best know to them.
The cases seems to be spreading in Tuscaloosa. Certainly, where the university is located. Sadly, the city today closed all bars and suspended bar service at restaurants for two weeks. This is aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.
Temple and Widener Universities
The academic year is off to a rough start at several institutions in which Temple and Widener isn’t excluded.
Honestly, Zoom the video conferencing platform is now used by nearly everyone during the age of social distancing, is facing technical difficulties. The company’s meetings and video webinar services were partially down since at least 8:51 a.m. Eastern time, according to its status updates site.
Although, it’s still the best and inevitable. All students and faculty members at several universities posted about the disruption on social media, including those at Temple and Widener Universities.
University of Iowa
The University of Iowa announced Friday that it would discontinue four sports teams, citing a nearly $100 million decline in athletics revenue due to the Big Ten Conference’s decision stay safe from the Pandemic threat.
Secondly, the University of Iowa has said it would end its varsity programs in men’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and men’s tennis after the current academic year.
University of Connecticut
Lastly, is the University of Connecticut which has just evicted students who held a packed party in a residence hall without social distancing or face masks. The students became known because video of the party was widely circulated.
The university said the students were “endangering not only their own health and well-being, but that of others.
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