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In an email today, Columbia College released new guidance for COVID-19 protocols, most notably the end of mandatory classroom masking starting October 1.

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Columbia University released updated plans for COVID-19 safety protocols this afternoon, including classroom masking through September.

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Beginning October 28, CUID cards will be temporarily deactivated following five building access attempts with an incomplete ReopenCU daily COVID-19 symptom attestation.

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Starting at 7 pm tonight, students are only allowed to access their assigned residence hall, social gatherings will be limited to 10 people, and visitors to residence halls will not be permitted.

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Study abroad programs will remain suspended for the fall semester, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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