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Stanford ending temporary campus zones program on June 16

9 days ago   |   By Stanford

As public health conditions improve and state regulations are relaxed, the university is restoring access to outdoor campus spaces for the Stanford community and visitors. A careful focus will remain on indoor facility access to safely support the continued resumption of onsite teaching, research and other work.
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