Clements: Clemson planning fully in-person fall semester

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

CLEMSON — Clemson University is anticipating fall semester classes will be held in person.

In an update released Friday, Clemson president Jim Clements said signs show the university’s “aggressive approach to COVID-19 testing and safety protocols” has paid off.

“While we’re not out of the woods yet, the prevalence of the virus remains well below 1 percent among the University community and with vaccine supplies ramping up, we are

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