Clements: Weekly testing at Clemson this semester

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

CLEMSON — Clemson University students and employees will be tested often for COVID-19 during the spring semester.

Clemson University president Jim Clements discussed the pandemic and students’ return to campus in an update issued last week. Clemson’s spring semester began Jan. 6.

“As I shared previously, we plan to offer more in-person classroom opportunities this semester, while still keeping our focus squarely on providing a safe environment for our students, faculty and staff,” Clements said.

University officials are closely monitoring South Carolina’s COVID-19 situation, Clements said.

“Although the development of multiple vaccines brings great hope, we expect the new few months to remain challenging,” he

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