Stanford University Coronavirus
Stanford University officially announced today that a faculty member who works in a clinic has tested positive for the coronavirus, but fortunately has not been in the work environment since experiencing symptoms. Provost Persis Drell said in a letter Friday that beginning Monday, classes at the university will move to online formats in place of in-person instruction. Read more to see a Stanford University online seminar on robust manipulation in complex environments.

Two undergraduate students at the university are in self-isolation after possible exposure to the virus, but have not been displaying symptoms of the virus when they were tested at Stanford Health Care. The university also said that large group events will be canceled or adjusted, and it’s actively monitoring the local and global health situation to take precautionary measures in an effort to help limit the spread of COVID-19.


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