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University of Colorado Boulder to go online amid virus spike


September 20, 2020

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — The University of Colorado Boulder has announced that all classes will be fully online for at least two weeks starting Wednesday to limit the spread of COVID-19, as cases increase among students.

The university has recorded an increasing number of infections with 765 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Saturday, including 457 newly confirmed cases last week, the Daily Camera reported.

Chancellor Phil DiStefano said moving all classes online will continue a "downward trend" in cases.

"Your collective effort to comply with the student self-quarantine period is helping us be...

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