Stanford U. Bans Indoor Parties, Calls for 'Masking Outdoors'

Stanford U. Bans Indoor Parties, Calls for 'Masking Outdoors'


If students at Stanford University thought life was returning back to normal now that 95 percent of the campus is vaccinated, it’s time for them to think again, as the university has announced that it is banning indoor parties, and “strongly recommending masking outdoors.”

The university says that while “vaccination and face coverings together offer a high degree of protection against COVID-19,” and symptoms typically “range from nonexistent to mild to moderate, and do not involve hospitalization,” students can still expect a “highly vaccinated, with mask wearing” environment on campus this fall.

In this April 9, 2019, file photo, pedestrians walk on the campus at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif.  (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

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“Indoor student parties will be prohibited until October 8, the end of the third week of the fall quarter for most students,” said Associate Vice Provost Russell Furr in

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