County Executive Angela Alsobrooks made the announcement Thursday.
R.J. Bentley's closed in September after a team member tested positive for COVID-19.
The problems range from missed phone calls to delayed results.
The administration doesn't really care about health and safety, just protecting itself in a court of law.
Football is among the teams to resume athletic activities.
The delay will allow the university to implement campuswide COVID-19 testing, Pines wrote.
Gatherings are now restricted to 50 people maximum.
Students have reached out to lawyers, flooded social media feeds and organized email campaigns to raise awareness.
The tests returned a 1.04 percent positivity rate, which is below the state’s average positivity rate of 3.8 percent, according to a campuswide email.
The coronavirus pandemic may make it difficult for applicants to complete the exams, according to a fact sheet from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.