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A major Michigan university says they will open for face-to-face classes in the fall.


Central Michigan University president Bob Davies made the announcement Monday, saying safe social distancing practices are here to stay and will affect every aspect of life at CMU.


The school will still offer remote or online learning options to those who cannot return to campus in the fall.


CMU will look to reduce the occupancy in student housing, and will establish areas to immediately isolate and quarantine those who may exhibit symptoms of COVID-19.

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