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Professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll is IU’s director of surveillance and mitigation for the COVID-19 pandemic, and he has been heavily involved in developing IU’s COVID-19 response. The IDS had a Zoom interview with Carroll to ask questions about what the fall semester will look like.
IU has released more specific and updated information on how the university will handle COVID-19-related issues, specifically testing, this fall after a summer of frequently changing guidance on testing requirements and other policies.
Monroe County reported 110 new COVID-19 cases confirmed between July 15 and July 21, according to data from the Indiana State Department of Health.
A Bloomington Transit bus maintenance worker is the sixth municipal worker to test positive for COVID-19 as of Wednesday, according to a city press release.
Learning modes for each fall course section will be updated on iGPS starting today, according to multiple IU emails sent to students. The learning mode will indicate if a class will be in-person, online or a mix of both.
A Bloomington Fire Department employee tested positive for COVID-19 Thursday, according to a city press release. The firefighter has been on leave since last week, when symptoms first arose.
Students’ academic experience may have suffered from the switch to online learning caused by COVID-19, but their spring semester grades are on average higher than usual, according to a June 12 grade distribution report from the registrar.
The Monroe County Health Department is investigating a spike in COVID-19 cases after 12 new cases were reported in the county on Tuesday, according to a health department press release and data on the Indiana State Health Department website.
IU administration released a “Return to Campus Guide” for the fall semester last week with details of how different parts of the university will operate under new COVID-19 restrictions.