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Plans by area colleges include COVID-19 test, quarantine at home and use of face masks most of the time. Tweaking happens almost every week By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant As businesses continue to adjust to COVID-19 life, area colleges have made plans for students to return to class this fall. Each of the institutions contacted in mid-July offered a release outlining what students should expect. SUNY Oswego ww1.oswego.edu/oswego-forward • Completing a pre-campus health screening questionnaire. • Quarantining at home seven days prior to arrival. • Presenting a negative COVID-19test for anyone with symptoms. •Wearing a face covering at all times except when alone, with roommates or assigned “Pod” members, or while eating or drinking •Maintaining 6-foot social distancing. • Washing hands thoroughly and frequently or using 60% hand sanitizer. • Limiting all group gatherings to fewer than 25 people while distanced. •Holding all meetings, social events, conferences and special events in a virtual environment unless not possible due to a medical condition or otherwise vice president-approved need. Cayuga Community College www.cayuga-cc.edu/coronavirus •Offering at least 85% of the fall courses remotely and providing student support remotely when possible. • Limiting points of entry so anyone entering the campuses will have their temperatures