COVID-19 should be something that unites the country in a common goal, not further divide us. But mainstream pundits’ coverage is more than willing to blame the president.
Redshirt senior catcher Abby Lockman may have played in her final collegiate softball game March 12 in what could be the NCAA’s final sports game played in the spring 2020 semester after the announcement by many conferences of the suspension of competition due to COVID-19.
Due to growing threats of the spread of coronavirus, Big West Conference officials canceled the tournament around three hours before the tip-off of the first game. The cancelation aligns with other conferences choosing to cancel tournaments.
Students voice opinions on Long Beach State’s coronavirus protocol.
Spectators will be allowed by invitation only “until further notice.”
President Conoley sent an email announcing that all classes will transfer to online only Starting March 17 due to recent local developments relating too coronavirus.
Due to the university’s decision to suspend face-to-face instruction, the Daily Forty-Niner will be suspending print production until further notice.
Long Beach has supported two declarations of emergency to better prepare the city for a potential outbreak.
Conference officials made the announcement hours before tip-off that only credentialed media members will be able to attend.
As the novel-coronavirus continues to infect more people, university officials make decision to shift instruction online.