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Message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on returning to campus


Based on advice from infectious disease and public health experts, who believe we could be facing a second wave of COVID-19 in late fall or early winter, we are making significant changes. On their guidance, we are starting and finishing the fall semester early in an effort to stay ahead of that second wave. We will modify this plan if the situation warrants. (UNC.edu)

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