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New study suggests in person classes led to extra 3,200 cases per day across United States

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Ana Bento, an eco-epidemiologist at Indiana University, shares a new study examining the relationship between in-person college classes and the fall surge in COVID-19 cases in the United States. The study estimated that an average of around 3,200 cases per day were due to colleges reopening with face-to-face instruction.