UGA measures to contain COVID-19 when students come back are vague and in some cases life-threatening to students, faculty and other workers, according to... UGA faculty say reopening plans ‘inadequate’

UGA measures to contain COVID-19 when students come back are vague and in some cases life-threatening to students, faculty and other workers, according to a resolution unanimously adopted by the elected faculty senate of Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the university’s largest academic unit, and overwhelmingly endorsed by the faculty senate of the Mary Frances Early College of Education.

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