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University of Richmond relaxes some mask policies due to positive trends on campus

The University of Richmond announced the university will be relaxing some of its mask policies...
The University of Richmond announced the university will be relaxing some of its mask policies due to the positive trends in COVID-19 data in the local community and on campus.
Published: Nov. 9, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST
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RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The University of Richmond announced the university will be relaxing some of its mask policies due to the positive trends in COVID-19 data in the local community and on campus.

Exemptions will include:

  • Residence Halls - Students are not required to wear masks in their residence hall room or residence hall common areas.
  • Weinstein Center For Recreation (WCR) - Vaccinated students, faculty and staff are not required to wear masks while exercising in the WCR, although masks are required upon entry, exit and while traversing WCR.
  • Working/Studying Alone - Those who are working or studying in closed rooms or isolated areas of campus buildings are not required to wear masks when others are present. However masks must be worn as soon as someone comes into the room or area.

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