COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Students headed back to class virtually at several Maryland universities Monday, with in-person learning set to resume in two weeks.
The University of Maryland kicked off the semester with a message from President Darryll Pines, who urged students to stay vigilant in the fight against COVID-19 by social distancing and masking up.READ MORE: Man Injured In East Baltimore Shooting Late Monday Night
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The first two weeks of class will be solely online while students quarantine.
Towson University is taking a similar approach, which in-person classes set to resume on February 8.MORE NEWS: Referee To Rocket Scientist: Adrian Hill Talks About The Pressure On And Off The Field