NOTRE DAME CANCELS IN-PERSON CLASSES FOR TWO WEEKS
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The University of Notre Dame on Tuesday canceled in-person undergraduate classes for two weeks after a spike of coronavirus cases that occurred since the semester began Aug. 10.
University president the Rev. John Jenkins said there have been 147 confirmed cases of coronavirus on campus since the start of classes for the university’s approximately 12,000 students.