Stanford University to close most of campus to the public Tuesday to limit spread of COVID-19

STANFORD, Calif. (KGO) -- Starting this Tuesday, Stanford will be closing its campus to most of the public.

The campus is being divided into zones to help limit the spread of the COVID-19.

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Each zone has certain requirements to enter depending on the student, staff or faculty member's role.

There will be a few community zones for the public near the edge of the campus.

These include the Arboretum and the Stanford Golf Course.

Only a third of Stanford students will be on campus this semester.

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