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“The last weeks have revealed a constant increase in Covid-19 cases in Los Angeles County and on our campus. Only last week, UCLA had about 870 new cases that, according to the UCLA COVID-19 pivot matrix, would place us at the 'Severo' level, "said a letter announced by the Mandate.

The Letter limited cases outlined where masks can be eliminated: tests and performances of performance arts, inner dinner, and when it is alone in one room. >

In the beginning of June 10 to 12, all attendees must wear indoor masks, but the speakers They can remove their masks for their directions, and graduates "can momentarily eliminate their masks while walking through the stage and while photographing or adjacent to the stage, ”said the letter. (UCLA operates in a quarters system, and spring classes have not finished until June 3) other institutions that have announced that mask Mandates have already had a beginning and are in summer sessions, or their renewed Mandates are They announced just before the beginning.

UCLA also said that the weekly tests for COVID-19 will continue until June 15.

For universities, interior mask Mandates were a key part of their response during the previous peaks of the pandemic. The lifting of mascara Mandates was seen by many as a sign that the pandemic was behind us. But most universities are citing Covid-19 ascent cases as a reason for their actions. These are some of the universities that restore mask Mandates:

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  • Penn State University. On Friday, the University restored mask Mandates for the main campus of the University and the Penn State campus in Beaver, Greater Allegheny, New Kensington and Schuylkill. The university announced previously that masks were required on the campus in Abington, Behrend, Brandywine, Great Valley, Hazleton, Lehight Valley, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. The Faculty of Medicine also continues to require masks inside. Penn State said he acted on the basis of the orientation of the centers for disease control and prevention, based on Covid-19 rates of the county.
  • Hawaii University System. The system restored its mask Mandate for the entire university system, except when people work only in one room or at least six feet from others. "The requirement of interior facial mask will remain in place and will reevaluate when the COVID-19 transmission level in the state decreases," said the university.
  • Pittsburgh University. The University cited the CDC on Friday to restore the requirements for the Pittsburgh, Greensburg and Titusville campuses. The masks are still optional on the Johnstown and Bradford campus.
  • Delaware University. The University imposed an interior mask requirement last week, citing "an increasing number of Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations throughout the country, even in Delaware during last week." The university allowed people to be outdoors without a mask, but the administrators at the beginning appeared with outdoor masks (photo to the right shows, from the left, rector Robin Morgan; Lou Rossi, dean of the graduated university; and President Dennis Assanis).
  • All these universities acted last week. Some of the universities that previously acted to restore interior mask Mandates include Gallaudet, Georgetown, Howard, Johns Hopkins and Rice University; and the University of Rochester. California State University, Los Angeles never

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