Planet Desk | 14 April 2020 | 11:13 pm
Boston University may be taking a tough decision with regard to on-campus classes in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The university authority is considering to suspend all in-person classes until 2021 over the virus which has infected more than 1,84,000 people including at least 23,709 in the USA.
Earlier the university has already cancelled all in-person summer activities on the Charles River Campus. In addition, the authority plans to advise its students not to return to campus in the Fall for the virus.
Instead, the university will offer remote learning courses this summer and plans to continue providing the minimal housing and dining services currently available.
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Boston University explained the reason behind the potential suspension of physical classes in an online statement which reads, ‘the Recovery Plan recognizes that if, in the unlikely event that public health officials deem it unsafe to open in the fall of 2020, then the University’s contingency plan envisions the need to consider a later in-person return, perhaps in January 2021.’ Source : CNN