Morning Sentinel
| by Amy Calder

As Colby prepares to welcome back students to campus beginning Aug. 21, the Morning Sentinel wrote a comprehensive story about the health plans the College has put in place to keep both the campus and the Waterville communities safe. “Colby has invested $10 million in its college opening plan, which includes not only consistent and rigorous testing of all students, faculty and staff, but also a requirement that they wear face coverings, practice social distancing and isolate or quarantine when necessary,” the Sentinel wrote. 

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