Many Massachusetts Colleges Uncertain About Robust COVID-19 Testing on CampusJune 1, 2020 |
by Shailaja Neelakantan
Many Massachusetts colleges are uncertain they will be able to put robust COVID-19 testing mechanisms in place on their campuses if and when they reopen for fall 2020, reported The Boston Globe.
An advisory group of a dozen Massachusetts college presidents, set up by Gov. Charlie Baker, conducted a survey of nearly 90 campus leaders to ask them about their state of COVID-19 preparedness and other issues to do with a possible fall reopening.