Gov. Inslee laid out the plans for universities, and colleges in WA state, public and private for the return to class this fall.

They included:

Likely cashless transactions for food services,  limiting the number of campus visitors, possible staggered classes and events.  Gov. Inslee included comments from the University presidents from UW,  Pacific Lutheran, and some other leaders representing the state's community colleges.

Different campuses have different requirements, said Inslee and the Presidents.  Students can expect fewer seats in dining halls, more social distancing in classrooms as well as other similar movements.

Students who may show signs of COVID, are expected to quarantine.  Also, schools are being expected to set aside a certain number of dorm rooms (Based upon student population) as 'spare' quarantine rooms in case a student comes down with the virus.

Schools will or have already, submitted their re open plans, they are expected to be different based upon their campuses and varied structures and set ups.

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