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BREAKING: DAILY TROJAN: USC to hold all classes online for three days next week


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The following tweet was sent by the Daily Trojan on Friday evening:

#BREAKING: @USC will hold classes online Wednesday through Friday to test backup measures for instruction should coronavirus interfere with normal University operations, @uscprovost Charles Zukoski announced in a University-wide email.

BREAKING: LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER: Kentucky confirms first coronavirus case

According to the Lexington Herald-Leader,

The individual is a resident of Harrison County, according to a post on Facebook by the WEDCO District Health Department, which covers Harrison, Scott, Bourbon and Nicholas counties. The Cynthiana Democrat reported on Facebook that Judge-Executive Alex Barnett said the patient is a woman.

The patient is now in isolation at UK Chandler Hospital in Lexington, according to a hospital spokesman.

The Orange wants


Keep them at sea and

Away from here

That’s what The Orange wants

Lower numbers, he holds dear.

Whether they are safe

Or suffering, you know

The Orange doesn’t care

Must keep corona numbers low.

A Christian, we are told

A man of honor, his idiots say

But he’ll keep ill people

On the ship, not in sick bay.

From Asia to Europe

And now on our shore

The deadly virus spreads

POTUS, rotten to his core.

Oh, The Orange is a genius?

A brilliant man, he thrives?

Blessed with such wisdom

And five kids by three wives.

 

Do you know


Here, and then gone, in a second

A mere moment to influence

Do you know you succeeded?

BREAKING: CHRONICLE OF HIGHER ED: U of Washington cancels all face-to-face teaching through end of March

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports

The University of Washington’s flagship Seattle campus announced on Friday that it would cancel all in-person classes and move them online for at least the next few weeks. In doing so, the university became the first major U.S. campus to take such drastic action amid rapidly growing fears of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, Covid-19.