A California university tries to shield an entire city from coronavirus
From The New York Times: “Rather than turning the campus into a protective bubble for students and staff, as some schools have attempted, [UC Davis] has quietly spent the past six months making its campus bubble bigger — big enough, in fact, to encompass the entire city. Public health experts say the initiative is the most ambitious program of its type in the country and could be a model for other universities. U.C. Davis, part of the 10-campus University of California system, has made free coronavirus tests — twice weekly, with overnight results — available to all 69,500 people in the city of Davis and hundreds of nonresidents who just work there.”
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