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Changes ahead for students attending Virginia Tech this fall

Coronavirus

When classes resume at Virginia Tech, students can expect things to look a bit different, courtesy of COVID-19

BLACKSBURG, Va. (WFXR) – Virginia Tech’s campus spaces will look a little different as students return this fall.

The university is working to redesign all classrooms and lab spaces to adhere to proper safety guidelines regarding social distancing.

Classrooms will have fewer desks and chairs that will be distanced six feet apart.

Students will also be required to wear face masks, and in some cases, attend class on a rotating basis.

Faculty will be teaching behind face shields.

In-person and virtual classes at Virginia Tech are set to begin Aug. 24.

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