CORTLAND, N.Y. (AP) — Students at an upstate college campus will be switching to remote learning for two weeks because of rising coronavirus cases. The State University of New York at Cortland says the shift away from in-person learning at the campus south of Syracuse, New York, would start on Oct. 7. The state had set a threshold of 100 coronavirus cases as a trigger for a return to remote learning for at least two weeks. SUNY Cortland hit that mark on Monday. Other SUNY campuses have been impacted by coronavirus cases as well in the last month.
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