As schools across the United States continue to open amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci wants colleges to know how to deal with the global outbreak.
Colleges and universities have reopened campus doors to students for the fall semester after having closed down during the spring semester because of COVID-19.
Officials in universities responded to outbreaks in several ways, including closing public spaces, remote learning, and implementing rules for students who do not follow social distancing guidelines.
According to Yahoo! News, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director, said schools should not send students home when an outbreak is reported of the deadly virus.
"It's the worst thing you can do," Fauci said.
However, the expert says he does not recommend leaving potentially infected students in the general population.
"Keep them at the university in a place that's sequestered enough from the other students," Fauci added.
Although many schools haven't even started the school year yet, some have seen many cases between students and faculty members.