According to WILX, some students at Michigan State University say they're happy with measures the school is taking to keep the coronavirus away from campus.

It seems that everyone is focusing on precautionary measures when it comes to the coronavirus, and Michigan State University is no different. MSU recently announced it is planning for online classes, just in case of an outbreak. They are also actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and preparing for all possible scenarios.

One of the precautions MSU is taking is actively planning to move their curriculum online if needed to limit in person interaction. However, some students say the precautions would be ineffective because of the friendly environment.

Because of the severity of the global outbreak, MSU has suspended all nonessential MSU sponsored travel to mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Italy.

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