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Spring semester opens on a good note at DSU

Kourtney Brady

Students at Delaware State resumed classes on January 9th, back to a university that has
recommended that students and faculty wear face coverings on campus.

According to policy clarification released by campus Health Services, “All vaccinated and
unvaccinated faculty, staff,students and/or visitors are required to wear a face covering in
classroom spaces and on university transportation vehicles.”

Delaware State University has taken notice of the change of the issue globally at hand, but still
requires adherence to the restrictions on the Covid-19 policy. Students should be able to
choose whether or not they will wear the mask because of their vaccination status.

By coming onto campus and/or participating in campus activities, students, staff,
faculty are all acknowledging the contagious nature of Covid-19 and are abiding by the new protocol.

In any case, most students coming back from their winter break, already took their vaccination shots to keep
themselves and their peers safe.

.A student at Delaware State stated that she” agreed with the Covid Policy to keep the university
safe and tone down the risk of any student or faculty getting the virus.” Faith Archibld further
claimed that the university is erring on the side of caution.

The semester if off to a good start as students and faculty are settling into their various classess, hopefully in a Covid-19 – free learning environment.

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