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SUNY Cortland shifts to remote learning after passing case threshold

WNYT Staff
Created: October 06, 2020 05:09 AM

All in-person classes and activities at SUNY Cortland are on pause Tuesday after an increase in positive cases on campus.

There are currently 101 cases, and that means the school has met the 100-case threshold to transition to remote learning under the New York State Department of Health guidance.

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Dorms will remain open and students can stay on campus. SUNY Cortland’s president says they will retest the students for COVID-19.


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