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As Los Angeles County plans to ease restrictions after moving to the orange tier, USC continues to prepare for increased on-campus access.
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Vaccinations for USC health care workers begin as asymptomatic and symptomatic positivity rates at USC continue to rise following the Thanksgiving holiday.
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Students are strongly encouraged to either not return or delay their return to Los Angeles for Spring 2021.
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Five students tested positive for the coronavirus during the week of Oct. 18-24.
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As Los Angeles County and UPC Campus continue to see a trend in decreasing cases, the University is preparing for an in-person spring semester, with contingency plans for a virtual format.