Pitt Delaying First Week Of In-Person Classes

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) -The University of Pittsburgh had delayed the start of in-person classes.

Some students were to start in-person next week.

That has now been delayed according to an e-mail from Provost Ann Cudd reported by the Pitt News.

In-person classes won’t start until at least September 12.

Pitt added 11 students and three staff to its list of those testing positive in its weekly COVID-19 report.

Also, Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner has written an open letter saying he has heard of many students attending parties without masks.

It writes, “your behavior is threatening a successful term for all of us.”

Carnegie Mellon University announced on Tuesday they would hold the first week of its classes for undergrads remotely.

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