Duke Orders Temporary ‘Stay-In-Place’ Restrictions on Campus to Stop Spread of COVID

Duke University is dramatically restricting campus activities for undergraduates, including a shift to almost all remote classes, in an effort to stop COVID-19 cases from spreading.

The school announced a stay-in-place order Saturday night. From midnight March 14 until 9 a.m. Sunday, March 21, Duke undergrads who live on campus are ordered to stay in their residence halls except for “essential” activities pertaining to food, health or safety. Students who live off campus won’t be allowed on campus except for a few circumstances.

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