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Sacramento State University Begins In-Person Classes Today

Sacramento State University begins in-person classes today. 

According to Sacramento State, 96% of students, faculty, and staff are reportedly vaccinated, and students are expected to remain safe as the mask mandate and other precautions remain in place. Face coverings are required for everyone in indoor public spaces, and it was announced by the school that faculty, staff, and students are required to receive booster shots by Feb. 28, or six months after receiving the final dose of the initial vaccination.

Classes resume in-person after a switch to online courses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a precaution advised from city and public health officials. "We are at a stage where we can safely return to campus this coming Monday, Feb. 7, when all classes will return to the modality originally published in the course schedule," Sac State wrote in a press release.

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