Boston University is setting up dedicated coronavirus testing for students, staff and faculty

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Boston University said Thursday that it plans to have its own coronavirus testing program this fall for students, faculty and staff as part of a larger strategy to hold in-person classes on campus.  

“We’ve spent a lot of time on trying to decide and develop testing capability within the university,” Boston University President Robert Brown said on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley.” “We have the capacity to do that as a major research university.” 

Boston University’s announcement comes as colleges across the U.S. are trying to determine plans for safely conducting classes in the fall despite the Covid-19 pandemic. California State University

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