Asynchronous, online finals help both students and professors.
The latest numbers break the previous day’s record of 98 reported cases from on-campus testing.
The university is also encouraging community members to wear KN95 masks in classrooms and dorms.
By limiting testing, UMD is only making the pandemic worse.
Students who are noncompliant with testing requirements receive two warning letters before being referred to the Office of Student Conduct.
The testing, which started in October, will continue into the spring semester.
The problems range from missed phone calls to delayed results.
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Those returning in-person to USM institutions will also have to start daily symptom monitoring and reporting 14 days before arriving on campus.