NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) — Belmont University students will hold a meeting Wednesday to express concerns about the school’s relaxed COVID-19 protocols.
According to the press release, the students believe that the university administration has not done enough to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 on campus.
Several students shared their experiences and discussed various ways the school has failed to provide a safe environment for its students, teachers and staff.
dr. Katrina Green, an emergency medicine physician, was on hand to demand that the university get better health protections.
The press release states that the university has stopped providing isolation/quarantine housing for students exposed to or infected with COVID-19.
All interior spaces, including Residence Halls, have recently been restored to 100% capacity.
Belmont University provides current data on COVID-19 infection rates and protocols here.