Colleges in New York will be allowed to conduct ‘face to face’ classes in the fall

Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said that the state would issue guidance to colleges and universities that would allow for some "face to face" programming and classes in the fall.
By: | June 19, 2020

Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said that the state would issue guidance to colleges and universities that would allow for some “face to face” programming and classes in the fall.

The announcement was the first confirmation that in-person classes would be allowed in New York state, although the governor said that educational institutions needed to provide government officials with detailed plans.

“Colleges can go and get examples of considerations, but we need reopening plans, monitoring plans, containment plans, and shutdown plans,” he said, during his press briefing.

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