In-Person Classes Cancelled at Temple University Due to Increase of COVID Cases
The cancellations of in-person classes continues as schools prepare for a very different looking 2020/21 school year.
Temple University has announced the cancellation on in-person classes for two weeks according to a report from the website NJ.com
The move to online classes to start the fall semester at Temple University in Philly was necessitated due to rise in COVID cases. School officials noticed an increase in active cases over the weekend. Temple reported 53 cases on Friday and that number increased to 103 active cases on Sunday.
Most students showed no-symptomss and only a small number reported mild symptoms of the virus. The increase of COVID-19 cases were attributed to small off campus social gatherings by students. In- person classes will once again start on Monday, September 14th. .
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