Four college presidents in southern Virginia went maskless at an indoor meeting on August 10, just after announcing indoor mask mandates for their respective students and faculty.
Video reporting from WHSV 3 shows the presidents of James Madison University, Eastern Mennonite University, Bridgewater College, and Blue Ridge Community College speaking to each other indoors, in close proximity, without masks.
On August 9, the day before the event, JMU president Jonathan Alger and senior university leaders issued a schoolwide message about updated COVID-19 protocols. This morning I’m at Spotswood Country Club for @HR_Chamber ’s Presidential Address where all four local college presidents are speaking with community members as they prepare for the fall semester. @WHSVnews @EMU_News @JMUNews @BridgewaterNews @BRCCVirginia pic.twitter.com/GIVjoAFENx — John Hood (@WHSV_John) August 10, 2021
“Beginning Aug. 16,” the statement said, “all JMU employees and students, regardless of vaccination status, will be temporarily required to wear masks in indoor […]
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