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Liberty University shifts focus on personal responsibility to stop COVID-19

As Liberty University’s two-week COVID-19 mitigation period comes to an end, the campus will be enacting new health and safety measures to slow the spread of the disease.

“Liberty is resuming classes and indoor gatherings in a balanced way that both allows members of the campus community to select the university experiences they desire and respects the rights and responsibilities of individuals to make basic health decisions about vaccination and mask usage themselves,” the university said in a statement.

Classes will resume in person on Monday as scheduled with students and faculty strongly encouraged, but not required, to wear face coverings.




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