By: The Pitt News @ University of Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania
August 16, 2020

As the first round of Pitt students prepares to move into on-campus housing Tuesday in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Patrick Gallagher said he remains concerned about the upcoming semester, but has worked to reduce risk wherever possible.

“I’m worried, too. We were all hoping for more favorable conditions,” Gallagher said in an exclusive Friday interview. “What we’ve tried to do is have the University do things to try to lower the risk and make it as acceptable a risk level as possible, while at the same time giving students and their families as much as latitude to make choices that are right for them.”

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