The announcement follows the CDC's latest guidance on masks.
The announcement comes after the U.S. issued a "Do Not Travel" advisory for the U.K. due to COVID-19.
More than 50 people gathered to protest for better maintenance of buses and hazard pay for DOTS employees.
“The disparities in maintenance and capital investment between Arbor’s properties cannot be explained by non-racial factors,” the lawsuit reads.
Laurie Locascio, the university's research vice president, worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology for 28 years.
The order does not affect current beneficiaries of the program.
Oler has worked at the University of Delaware and Johns Hopkins University.
The fire department deemed the area safe just before 10:40 a.m.
Unvaccinated people will be required to sign a memorandum acknowledging the risk.
Facilities Management staff is assessing the situation, and crews are working to restore normal operations.