By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Duquesne University will start requiring masks indoors.

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On Friday, everyone on campus will have to mask up indoors in public spaces and when they’re in groups.

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It’ll be in place through the move-in process, orientation and the first week of classes. By Labor Day, the university says it will evaluate whether to keep the measure in place.

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The university says the mask requirement is going in place because a large number of students are moving back to campus, and some of the people helping them may not be vaccinated.