College lifts ban on outdoor exercise after N.Y. Times questions 'Covid absolutism'

College lifts ban on outdoor exercise after N.Y. Times questions 'Covid absolutism'

College lifts ban on outdoor exercise after N.Y. Times questions 'Covid absolutism'

(THE COLLEGE FIX) — The University of California-Berkeley is playing down the role of campus police to keep students in their dorm rooms except for very narrow exceptions.

The Feb. 1 “self-sequester,” which does not exempt students who test negative for COVID-19, was supposed to expire Feb. 8 but was extended another week on that same day.

It bans students from going to their jobs or work-study positions or even exercising outdoors, though the administration removed that last requirement in a Friday update, after widespread media attention.

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College lifts ban on outdoor exercise after N.Y. Times questions 'Covid absolutism'