COLUMBUS – Ohio State University has cancelled the 2020 Spring game, and they have set limits for remaining athletic events for the near future.
“Ohio State will continue to host intercollegiate athletic sporting events, but attendance at all events for the remainder of the academic year. Those events will be limited to student-athletes and their immediate family members, team coaches and staff, essential event management, operational and facility staff, and credentialed members of the media.”
Ohio State’s Department of Athletics will continue to host intercollegiate athletic sporting events, but attendance at all events for the remainder of the academic year will be limited.
— Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) March 12, 2020
OSU Campus has put a end to classes at the campus until at least March 30th, suspending all in-person classes according to a email sent to students.
The campus also announced a break from “new, non-essential events” through April 20 and asking organizers to “to immediately evaluate whether these events should continue in person.”
Buckeye Spring game could be in jeopardy as it is scheduled for April 11
OSU has also discouraged hanging out in social groups, “where appropriate social distancing and enhanced preventative public health and hygiene measures will be actively encouraged.”
Recently Three people were tested positive for the virus in Cuyahoga county and Portsmouth Shawnee State has put a large group of people in quarantine.