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Augusta University President Dr. Brooks Keel announced plans for a gradual return to in-person instruction for the fall semester which begins in August.

Plans are outlined now for a safe return to normal operation of classrooms and residence halls, administrative offices, athletics, student life and activities, research, and more, according to Keel.

The university will resume in-person activities on the Health Sciences and Summerville campuses starting July 1 and August 3, respectively.  Classes will begin August 10.

Keel said safety measures will include asking everyone to use face coverings, practice social distancing, and limit the number of in-person meetings.

For more information on campus reopening plans, visit www.augusta.edu/reopening.