What is your status with school with the ongoing pandemic

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In summary: Your name]In summary, the forum user is expressing their disappointment with the restrictions in place at the University of Hawaii West for attending classes. They are concerned about the limited access to resources and Wi-Fi and are skeptical about the effectiveness of these restrictions. The user also mentions the changing decisions of the governor and the impact it has on the local tourism industry. However, the responder urges the user to prioritize safety and follow guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. They also suggest reaching out to the university for alternative options and expressing concerns to find a solution.
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well for me its a no go..

I have been in a special program for seniors to attend classes by auditing for free. but at Univ of Hawaii West they will let you audit this fall fall but only allow you in the library for 2 hours by appointment. since I ride the express bus to get there I'm on campus 7:30 to 4:00 and you cannot access WiFi without a password so that is too much time on campus with no resources

personally I just don't even see these restrictions even working ... The governor here also keeps changing his mind and tourist business is now suing
 
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I understand your frustration with the restrictions in place at the University of Hawaii West and the challenges it presents for your ability to attend classes. I believe that safety and precautionary measures are necessary to protect the health and well-being of everyone on campus, including students, faculty, and staff.

While it may seem inconvenient to have limited access to resources and Wi-Fi, I urge you to prioritize your health and the health of those around you. The COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing and it is important to follow guidelines and protocols set by the university and local government to prevent the spread of the virus.

As for the changing decisions of the governor, I understand that it may cause confusion and frustration. However, it is important to trust the expertise and recommendations of health officials and follow their guidelines to keep our communities safe.

I would suggest reaching out to the university and see if there are any alternative options for accessing resources and Wi-Fi, such as virtual classes or online resources. It is also important to voice your concerns to the university and work together to find a solution that works for everyone.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and I hope that we can all work together to overcome these challenges and continue pursuing our educational goals. Stay safe and take care.
 

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If a student or teacher tests positive for COVID-19 in a school setting, the school will likely follow local health guidelines for contact tracing, quarantining, and cleaning and disinfecting the affected areas. Some schools may also temporarily close for in-person learning and switch to virtual learning until it is safe to reopen.

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