UCF’s plan to reopen the university has been approved by the Board of trustees.
The University of Central Florida had a reopening plan which was to be approved by the board of trustees. In regards to that, the board of trustees held a meeting at the main campus and as a result of that meeting, it was decided unanimously that the reopening plan will go ahead and have been approved by the board of trustees.
However, the approval from the Board of Governors is still needed, and that will be decided next Tuesday.
The plan which has now been approved would require classes of almost 100 students to be taught remotely. There will be a small number of students or the classes which will be taught in large classrooms. The students living on campus will also need to get tested.
On the other hand, the UCF’s COVID-19 Task Force has started implementing the safety initiatives on campus.
Moreover, the University has also ordered almost 100,000 face-covering for the students and staff, with additional 250,000 disposable masks.
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