UC San Diego leaders announce fall return to in-person classes

SAN DIEGO  - UC San Diego plans to return to in-person teaching with normal classroom occupancy for the fall term, university officials said today, citing the school's "Return To Learn'' COVID-19 response and increasing vaccination numbers. "We will support the health and well-being of students, staff and faculty in fall 2021 in accordance with the public health guidelines from the county and the state,'' Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla and Executive Vice Chancellor Elizabeth H. Simmons wrote in a joint letter released Monday. "The appropriate services and support mechanisms (e.g., vaccination, symptom screening, on-arrival testing, asymptomatic testing, contact tracing, isolation/quarantine housing, wastewater monitoring, outdoor classrooms, compliance protocols, and cleaning services) wi
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