As classes get started at Louisiana State University (LSU), professors are advised to call the cops if students don't comply with COVID rules.
"Be aware that there is a mask mandate on campus throughout the entire semester. This means that everyone must appropriately wear and appropriate mask during class," one professor wrote in a welcome letter to student.
Listen to your favorite News/Talk station now on Audacy
He went on to say that failure to comply would result in police intervention.
"According to the LSU, if I deem that masks are continually being worn inappropriately in class, I must stop teaching and call LSU police," the email advised students.
The professor went on to say that not only must masks fully cover a wearers mouth and nose, but it must be multi-layerd.
"An appropriate mask must have at least a double layer of fabric. Regular medical masks and most fabric masks have a double layer. Of note, the vast majority of gaiters are single-layered. This means that gaiters, if worn, need to be folded over once to create a double fabric layer over the face.