Ohio State cancels spring break to reduce travel-related exposure to COVID-19

TYPICAL SEMESTERS. ALL RIGHT, KAREN. TO LIVE FOR US TONIGHT IN OXFORD. THANK YOU SPRING BREAK HAS BEEN CANCELLED AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. THE UNIVERSITY WANTS TO KEEP STUDENTS ON CAMPUS AND TRY TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. SO INSTEAD OF SPRING BREAK. THE UNIVERSITY WILL HAVE TO INSTRUCTIONAL BREAKS WITH NO CLASSES, FEBRUARY 9TH AND MARCH 31ST, AS OF LAST WEEK OSU REPORTED JUST OVER 1,100 STUDENTS WHO

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Ohio State cancels spring break to reduce travel-related exposure to COVID-19

The Ohio State University announced that it is canceling its spring break in 2021 to reduce travel-related exposure to COVID-19.A letter was sent out to students and faculty Friday, which provided updates regarding the spring semester.University officials said classes will take place through a mix of in-person, online and blending teaching. Another major change is that the first week of classes, beginning on Jan. 11, will be online so that students and staff have time to quarantine before attending any in-person classes.Instead of having spring break, Ohio State will be having two instructional breaks, the first on Tuesday, Feb. 9 and the second on Wednesday, March 31, where classes will be canceled.”This approach will keep our community together throughout the semester and reduce travel-related exposures,” university officials wrote in the letter.

The Ohio State University announced that it is canceling its spring break in 2021 to reduce travel-related exposure to COVID-19.

A letter was sent out to students and faculty Friday, which provided updates regarding the spring semester.

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University officials said classes will take place through a mix of in-person, online and blending teaching. Another major change is that the first week of classes, beginning on Jan. 11, will be online so that students and staff have time to quarantine before attending any in-person classes.

Instead of having spring break, Ohio State will be having two instructional breaks, the first on Tuesday, Feb. 9 and the second on Wednesday, March 31, where classes will be canceled.

“This approach will keep our community together throughout the semester and reduce travel-related exposures,” university officials wrote in the letter.