UNF Unveils Draft Plan To Reopen Campus, Gather Feedback
The University of North Florida is planning several town hall meetings and a web portal to take suggestions on how to reopen to students this fall.
UNF released a draft of its reopening plan Monday.
The post-coronavirus-shutdown guidelines call for a mix of remote and in-person classes, reduced class sizes, and new occupancy limits in buildings, classrooms and residence halls.
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Face masks will also be required in common indoor areas and where social distancing isn’t possible outdoors.
Further Reading: UNF Draft Plan To Return To Campus
Plus, the school is developing a smart-phone COVID-19 daily-screening app that everyone, including visitors, will be required to use before coming on campus.
UNF trustees said the reopening plan is a work in progress.