Fresno State not expecting to move to virtual learning after Thanksgiving

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Fresno State officials tell Action News a meeting is scheduled with county health officials in the coming weeks before the university comes to a final decision.

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno State administrators say they do not anticipate going back to online learning after Thanksgiving.

University President Dr. Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval had previously discussed the option of closing down the campus due to COVID-19 concerns as many students travel away to see friends and family during the holidays.

Fresno State officials tell Action News a meeting is scheduled with county health officials in the coming weeks before the university comes to a final decision.

Approximately 89% of students and 85% of employees are currently vaccinated.