UGA faculty letter calls in-person classes ‘unwise’

More than 300 UGA faculty signed a letter published in the student newspaper on Thursday calling in-person classes “unwise.” The Red & Black guest column asserted that “regardless of the precautions taken by the University on campus … a widespread outbreak of COVID-19 is inevitable.” The column cites the recent experiences at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Michigan State University and the University of Notre Dame, which have all recently suspended in-person instruction.

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