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University of Texas students can expect a "near normal" fall semester this year.

The plan, sent to the Daily Texan via email from communications manager for the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost Kathleen Harrison, is to hold 91.7% of classes in person, 4.2% of classes in a hybrid format and the remaining 3.1% of classes will stay online.

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After six reported blood clots in individuals who had just received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control recommended a pause in the use of the vaccine on Tuesday. Statewide, vaccine providers are following the advisement.

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Travis County is set to receive 72,640 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, or less than half of what it received last week, for the week of April 12 as part of the 18th weekly allocation that will be sent to 24 providers.

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(Bob Daemmrich)

When the Texas Department of State Health Services expanded its eligibility criteria for the COVID-19 vaccine to include residents 16 and older, it was partly in response to doses sitting unused in certain regions in the state. But Austin providers continue to report strong demand, and the increased eligibility criteria may stress the limited available supply.

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