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Dr. Cameron Webb, a University graduate and current Director of Health Policy and Equity at the University’s School of Medicine, is running as the Democratic candidate to represent the VA-05 Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In-person early voting runs through Oct. 31 at the County Office Building for Albemarle County residents and at the City Hall Annex for Charlottesville City residents. The Albemarle County Electoral Board urges residents and students to consider voting early to avoid long poll lines Nov. 3.
As of Thursday evening, the U.Va. COVID-19 Tracker reported 53 new cases since Monday. The total number of active cases in the University community is now 219, and 948 total members of the University community have tested positive for the virus since Aug. 17.
University students of East Asian descent say they’ve felt alienated and scared during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the pandemic began, hate crimes against Asians in the U.S. have increased and stricter regulations have been enforced against international students, particularly those from China.
Varied accessibility to broadband internet has compromised the quality of education for University students, as most classes are online and rely on high speed internet for synchronous remote learning — just 27 percent of classes have an in-person component.