The key concern: Can a student population follow necessary protocols and safety measures to ensure that campuses, with social distancing and face coverings, stay open? And, she said, students appear diligent about wearing face coverings. There is no unanimity about how to proceed. Ithaca College has already opted to go entirely online for the fall semester.
'Peer pressure could swing either way': Waiting game begins as students return to campus
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JERUSALEM - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has spent much of his long career casting Israel's Arab minority as a potential fifth column led by terrorist sympathizers, is now openly courting their support as he seeks re-election in the country's fourth vote in less than two years. But the relative absence of incitement against the community in this campaign and the potential breakup of an Arab party alliance could dampen turnout — to Netanyahu's advantage. He might even pick up just enough votes to swing a tight election. Either way, Netanyahu's overtures have shaken up the Arab community.
Some Oakville residents have been told to seek shelter in their basements amid what police are calling an "active situation" with at least two people barricaded inside a home. Police say they first received a call just before p. On Twitter, investigators said the ongoing situation is contained to a residence on Lakeshore Road West, and originally involved "at least two" people barricaded inside. Police later said one person is now out of the home, but at least one person remains inside. Crisis negotiators have been in contact with the person inside the home and there are no reported injuries, police said.
Breaking News. Weather: 8C. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits a coronavirus vaccination facility in the northern Arab city of Nazareth. Photo: AP. Netanyahu courts Arab voters in election-year turnabout.