After Reopening, Notre Dame to Move Classes Online Due to Coronavirus Spike

The University of Notre Dame and Michigan State University on Tuesday both announced moves designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus on their campuses. Notre Dame is canceling in-person classes and moving them online for at least two weeks after seeing a surge in coronavirus cases. On Monday, one week after classes began, 80…

The University of Notre Dame and Michigan State University on Tuesday both announced moves designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus on their campuses.

Notre Dame is canceling in-person classes and moving them online for at least two weeks after seeing a surge in coronavirus cases. On Monday, one week after classes began, 80 students tested positive out of 418, or 19% of students tested.

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