A university is offering students $75 to skip spring break

From The Washington Post: “A university in California is hoping a little cash incentive will keep students from traveling for spring break, the latest effort by a school to curb the spread of the coronavirus as experts urge against travel. The University of California at Davis is offering $75 ‘staycation’ grants for students staying in town for spring break in late March. Students must apply for the grants by Wednesday evening, and 2,000 students will be selected to receive a gift card to a local business. The school had a total of more than 39,000 students in fall 2019.”
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