With 42 cases of coronavirus announced by the OC Healthcare Agency on Wednesday, Orange County is taking measures to ensure public safety.
All Student Support Services are closed on campus. Orange County has issued to stop any “non-essential” gatherings and that includes Fullerton College.
Mar. 17th’s Fullerton City Council meeting saw further preparation with the ratification of a declaration of emergency and an increase in emergency funding.
Many businesses are closed until further notice but some remain open to serve their community.
One of the steps to avoid the coronavirus is to avoid the sea.
With COVID-19 spreading throughout the globe, Fullerton College has sent out an email cancelling classes from Mar. 13 until the Mar. 17 with the intention of preparing faculty with remote teaching.
Colleges are switching to online to prevent COVID-19 transmission. Fullerton College should be next.
Campus Safety responds to medical aid and vandalism
Fullerton College spreads awareness about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and urges the public to remain calm, plan and prepare.
Evening classes can go as late as 10 p.m. and most students do not take precautions when walking to or from class. Here are some ways on how to take precaution.