The Health Department adjusted plans due to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, Columbia's mandatory mask ordinance is now in effect.
MU has laid off 165 total employees as the UM System faces over $85 million in total state cuts since March.
People who work in high-impact COVID-19 positions, such as doctors and nurses, are among those who are eligible.
MU will follow the city of Columbia's mandatory face mask ordinance on campus this fall.
After COVID-19 budget restrictions, Missouri will get federal money to help universities and future job training programs.
The new drive-thru will be at Mizzou North on the Business Loop.
Some gyms are tightening workout time while CrossFit COMO is doing more outdoor workouts to combat COVID-19.
Starting Friday, people must wear masks in public and some private places in Columbia, with a few exceptions.
The Health Department has said the increase is mostly the result of lapsed social distancing, especially among young people.
Interim MU Chancellor Mun Choi and Provost Latha Ramchand criticized the directive for its lack of input from higher education leaders.
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