COVID policies posted

Alexander Medin, junior kinesiology major, studies the COVID policies posted in front of the Vista La Verne dorm Nov. 3. The University updated its COVID protocols recently. Students who have been in contact with someone receiving a positive COVID test but is asymptomatic may attend class without getting tested. Previously all students who had had contact with someone who tested positive were required to get tested. / photo by Shira O'Neal-Abend
Alexander Medin, junior kinesiology major, studies the COVID policies posted in front of the Vista La Verne dorm Nov. 3. The University updated its COVID protocols recently. Students who have been in contact with someone receiving a positive COVID test but is asymptomatic may attend class without getting tested. Previously all students who had had contact with someone who tested positive were required to get tested. / photo by Shira O’Neal-Abend
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