Amidst Covid-19 surge, Harvard to Return to Remote Learning
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From January 2022 onwards, at least for first few weeks, Harvard University is going back to its remote learning program, due to increasing cases of Covid-19, and in the wake of confirmed omicron variant cases on the campus.  The university administrator said to its students and their parents, that only online courses will be conducted in the first three weeks of new year. The move had come as according to the ivy league institute, American public health experts are warning of further surge in Corona virus cases, including those of the more dangerous Omicron variants, as the winter season is deepening.  The university saw its biggest count of confirmed cases last week, as published by The Harvard Crimson, their daily newspaper.

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