(CBS DETROIT) – Wayne State University is suspending all in-person classes and activities due to Michigan’s massive spike in COVID cases.

The 10-day suspension starts Wednesday and includes classes, spring sports, and any other on-campus events.

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Students living on campus will be allowed to stay. However, no guests are allowed.

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In 10 days, Wayne State University says they will re-examine metrics on campus, in the region, and across the state. If the situation has improved, the university will re-engage the activities that have been suspended.

If the metrics continue to show a heightened infection rate, Wayne State says they will extend this period of limited on-campus activities accordingly.

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