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GUNNISON After warning students and staff that a COVID-19 outbreak could shut down the campus, Western Colorado University administrators ended in-person classes Monday with more students testing positive for the virus. The decision has raised questions about how the outbreak could have been avoided, distressed students who have diligently followed protocols to keep their campus open and thrown…

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