ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — The Naval Academy is moving forward with plans to bring midshipmen back to Annapolis this fall.

The semester will include both in-person and virtual learning.

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This decision includes limiting the schools dorms to about 90 percent capacity.

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The return of the brigade started in the middle of last month and will continue through September.

Arriving midshipmen will need to be tested for COVID-19, then quarantine for 14-days before getting a second test.

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