IU, Purdue Cancel In-Person Classes Because of Coronavirus

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(Bloomington, IN) - Students at IU and Purdue will be taking classes online for the next few weeks.

Both schools have announced they are canceling face-to-face classes because of fears over the coronavirus.

IU said students will take online classes for at least two weeks after they return from spring break, which begins next week.

Purdue is planning to have students take classes online for the rest of the year.

Neither school has a confirmed case of the virus yet.

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