University of Kansas begins classes amid COVID-19 concerns
August 23, 2020
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Classes started Monday at the University of Kansas under a cloud of concern about how and when the coronavirus pandemic would disrupt the fall semester.
Even before classes began, the university found 89 people who moved back to campus early had tested positive for COVID-19. Of those, 87 were students and most were from fraternities and sororities.
On Sunday night, Chancellor Douglas Girod issued a cease and desist order and 14-day public health bans against two fraternities after complaints about partying and social media posts showing large groups outside the grou...