NYU students use TikTok to expose the school’s bleak quarantine meal plan

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NYU students use TikTok to expose the school's bleak quarantine meal plan

Students at New York University are exposing the nightmarish quarantine meals on TikTok, and now the school is going viral for serving food reminiscent of Fyre Festival’s infamous “gourmet” lunches

Amid the ongoing debate over the safety of in-person classes, the school announced its return to campus on July 30, leaving thousands of students scrambling to get to New York City in time to move into their dorms. To limit the spread of COVID-19, the school is facilitating an unconventional move-in process to comply with the city’s mandatory quarantine order. 

Anyone traveling from outside New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut is required to quarantine for 14 days, so NYU is splitting move-in into two shifts. About 2,600 students from outside the tri-state area have begun quarantining in the school’s dorms this week, and 3,700 will arrive in another two weeks. Students living on-campus will be tested for COVID-19 within 24 hours of arrival, and then again in seven to ten days, per the school’s return plansRead more…

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