Leaders of Florida’s university system on Wednesday urged students and campus workers to wear face masks, booster shots and get tested for COVID-19 as needed when they return to campus. in the next month.
Everyone on Florida’s 12 public university campuses must be on alert because “it’s clear that the pandemic isn’t over yet,” said Syd Kitson, president of the Florida Board of Governors, and Marshall Criser, president of the state university system. , said in an open letter to students, faculty and staff.
“With your steadfast commitment, we are confident of a successful spring term, with our students continuing to receive the high-quality education they expect and deserve.” , the letter wrote.
The request from university system leaders comes as the omicron variant has rapidly overtaken the delta variant as the dominant strain in the US.
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