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University of Arizona transitions to Stage 3 of in-person learning on Monday

The University of Arizona said the student was living in the Sonora dorm and tested positive...
The University of Arizona said the student was living in the Sonora dorm and tested positive for COVID-19 after they went home to live with their family.(KOLD News 13)
Updated: Mar. 27, 2021 at 4:22 PM MST
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TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - In a letter sent to University of Arizona students Friday, March 26, President Robert Robbins announced the university will increase the number of in-person learning on campuses by transitioning to Stage 3 Instruction starting Monday, March 29.

This comes as vaccine registration eligibility was expanded in Arizona for anyone over 16 years of age.

University officials say this will allow for in-person learning for classes of up to 100 students. The U of A’s Office of the Provost says this includes all students living in Arizona, including out-of-state students and international students.

Physical distancing and mask-wearing will still be adhered to in classrooms, and all students who will be on campus for classes are required to participate in weekly mandatory COVID-19 testing.

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