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There are 4 comments on Boston University Weekly COVID-19 Report: March 24 to 30

  1. Why are the household tables in the dining halls still gone then? Dr. Platt said no only were the tables NOT connected to any spread on campus, but also the tables would return ‘in a few weeks’ (that was said 6 weeks ago). Just say it how it is, Judy, the tables aren’t coming back. I hope the university knows kids are just leaving dining halls to pack into other students’ dorms since they can’t even eat together. Bring back the tables, it is truly anti-science to leave them roped off. Do better.

  2. If BU does not reopen fully in fall due to low vaccination rates among students, staff, and faculty, do not expect to be able to charge full tuition for the greatly degraded experience students have dealt with for the last year. Please require vaccination of all students, staff, and faculty unless there is a legitimate medical reason an individual cannot be vaccinated.

    1. And in case you are wondering how many close contact students actually turn positive days 8-10 of quarantine after a series of negative tests, well it’s not published yet/ not public information. Reportedly it’s “small”. Transparency at its best.

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