University of Wyoming releases plan for potential partial closures

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming has released a more detailed plan of what partial closures might look like if the number of COVID-19 cases on campus spikes, as well as the “decision points” that could trigger changes this semester.

Representatives of the university administration and the consultants who have been hired to manage the school’s reopening plan presented a draft to the UW Board of Trustees Thursday morning.

UW will have options for either a “targeted pause” or a “short-term closure” that are less drastic than the months-long closure of this spring.