‘Do the decent thing’: UC Berkeley remains invested as high-risk students voice safety concerns amid return to in-person classes

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As in-person classes resume amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many students who are disabled or immunocompromised voice their safety concerns. According to campus's Disabled Students' Program Executive Director Karen Nielson, campus can meet student requests for remote learning through the program.

For many disabled and high-risk students, the return to campus has been frightening and stressful. Routine issues such as lack of ventilation in classrooms become dangerous when students have underlying conditions or are immunocompromised. 
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