UNC shifts to remote learning 1 week into the semester after coronavirus positive rate spikes

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Just one week into the fall semester, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill undergraduate students will once again shift to remote learning, the university announced Monday.

The move comes after four clusters of coronavirus cases broke out among students, and the the university's COVID-19 positivity rate more than quadrupled from 2.8 percent to 13.6 percent last week.

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