UK Finalizes Plan for Students' Return to Campus
By Kentucky News Network
LEXINGTON - The University of Kentucky is finalizing plans to keep students, faculty, and staff safe when they return to campus.  
That involves screening for COVID-19, sanitizing buildings, and rearranging spaces.

The university is also now forming a team of health professionals to conduct contact tracing.

The university recently announced plans to test up to 30,000 students returning this fall. They’ll be tested at five different sites on campus.

UK president Dr. Eli Capilouto says a team of public health experts and professionals will also conduct contact tracing.  

The university is also planning to provide PPE for all students, faculty, and staff. The UK fall semester starts August 17.

Published 12:52 AM, Thursday Jul. 30, 2020
Updated 07:27 AM, Thursday Jul. 30, 2020



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