According to NBC4i, Columbus-based Capital University has reinstated an indoor mask policy due to rising COVID-19 cases.
“Capital has experienced an increase in COVID cases over the last few weeks, with several positive cases reported this weekend,” the university posted on its COVID-19 website. “This mirrors the overall trend in Ohio, which has seen week-over-week increases throughout April.”
The policy is in effect for both students and staff in all programs on all campuses, with the school recommending KN95 or N95 masks.
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