Amir Barzin ’06 and other Carolina health experts were handed the seemingly impossible job of containing the coronavirus on campus. Here’s how they did it.
by Janine Latus
It was February 2020, and infectious disease experts…
With preparations underway to bring Carolina’s approximately 12,300 employees back to campus by July 19 after mostly working remotely since March 2020, the University announced revised COVID-19 community standards that will take…
Carolina hopes to enroll 600 students in the Prevent COVID U study, a four–month clinical trial that will enlist more than 12,000 college students across the country to test if vaccinated people can spread the coronavirus to others.