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Pitt-Greensburg to Move to Elevated Risk Posture on July 13

The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg announced plans to move to the Elevated Risk Posture on Monday, July 13.

Based on recommendations from the Healthcare Advisory Group, the University’s senior leadership team decided to move to the Elevated Risk Posture rather than the Guarded Posture as originally proposed. The recommendation and decision were triggered by the Emergency Operations Center’s review of virus and community conditions, which noted the continued rise of cases in Westmoreland County.

The Greensburg campus joins the Pittsburgh campus in moving to the Elevated Risk Posture; the campuses in Bradford, Johnstown and Titusville plan to move to the Guarded Risk Posture on Monday, July 13.

Read more about the operational postures on coronavirus.pitt.edu.