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WVU halts in-person classes temporarily less than two weeks after they began

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Less than two weeks after they began, West Virginia University is shutting down most in-person classes after a spike in COVID-19 cases.

Monongalia is currently the only county in the state under red alert status via the DHHR’s color-coded map.

Here’s the full email from WVU:

In-person classes will be canceled on West Virginia University’s Morgantown campus Tuesday, Sept 8.

Online classes will continue as usual, as will university operations. Staff and faculty should report to work as usual.

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 9, all undergraduate courses in Morgantown, with the exception of those Health Sciences courses with students already engaged in clinical rotation, will move online through Friday, Sept. 25.

Graduate and professional courses will continue to be offered in person. Additional details regarding this temporary transition will be shared later [Monday] afternoon.

Research activities and courses already offered online will remain unchanged. Campus operations in Morgantown will continue as planned, unless supervisors indicate otherwise.

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