After three cases of coronavirus in Northeast Ohio were announced on Mar. 9, Kent State University has decided to take extra precaution due to the disease.
From WEWS News 5 Cleveland:
The university decided to suspend in-person classes after recommendations from health authorities suggested limiting large gathering and practicing social distancing.
In-person classes have ceased effectively immediately with all classes beginning remote instruction between March 16 and March 20.
Kent State joins The Ohio State University in Columbus in suspending face-to-face classes.
In-person classes will not resume at Kent State until after spring break on April 13.
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