Colleges, public schools battle COVID-19 as classes resume
September 2, 2020
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — University of Kansas athletes must play without fans, Kansas State University is battling four new coronavirus outbreaks and a Topeka-area school district has halted in-person classes just days into the fall semester.
Kansas Department of Health and Environment has reported 19 coronavirus clusters tied to colleges and five related to K-12 schools since the start of the academic year.
The University of Kansas said Monday that athletes must play without fans at least through the end of September. The announcement came after compulsory testing of students arriving on ca...