In-person classes have been carefully designed to allow for physical distancing, Spina said. Face coverings are required and students and staff have been trained in safety measures, including cleaning and disinfecting between classes, he said.
“We hope to be able to open up more courses to in-person learning the week of Sept. 21 if current trends continue,” Spina said. “This remains a critical time. Our students — and our entire Flyer community — cannot let up in efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus. We must continue to wear face coverings, keep physical distance, and follow other safety protocols.”