“We must work together to stop the increase now,” the message said. “Health experts, including Dr. Benjamin Holton, senior director of Stamps Health Center, warn that much of this growth is driven by small student gatherings and interactions with people you might think are not at risk or who you believe follow more safety protocols than most. That false sense of security can lead to complacency. We’ve heard from many of you who have witnessed this on and around campus.”
Georgia Tech leaders have sent similar messages in recent weeks. In person classes end before Thanksgiving.