Students head back to school on Tuesday in Patrick County, but in a last minute decision it will all be virtual. School leaders say that is because confirmed COVID-19 cases before the year has even started.
One of the biggest adjustments for students at Radford University this year is they are required to fill out a daily symptom tracking form. This is to make sure they are on top of monitoring their health.
Students are being asked to self-quarantine 14 days before coming back to Blacksburg and those who live on campus will also be required to take a COVID-19 test. If that test can be taken before coming back, it is encouraged by the school.