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UC Board of Regents holds meetings online amid COVID-19

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MARCH 17, 2020

The UC Board of Regents will be holding its March meetings virtually due to concerns regarding COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.

According to an email sent Tuesday, the meetings — which were originally scheduled from March 17 to March 19 —  will now be available to viewers through a livestream. Additionally, public comment will be held over the phone and can also be submitted via email.

Check back for updates. 

Mallika Seshadri is the city news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @SeshadriMallika.
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MARCH 17, 2020


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