Central Virginia Health District performs surprise inspection at Liberty University as students return to campus – WFXRtv.com

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) Officials with the Central Virginia Health District (CVHD) showed up Tuesday on the campus of Liberty University to perform an unannounced inspection as students return to campus.

The CVHD staff visited common areas and food establishments across campus, including Montview, the buffet at Reber Thomas, the Tilley Student Center and the Tinney Caf.

According to the CVHD, they did not find any violations of the State of Virginias Executive Order 53, placing temporary restrictions on certain businesses and organizations.

All operations appeared to be in compliance with the governors emergency order, which becomes effective at midnight. We observed that all operations were carry-out only, no seating was provided, and onsite security guards present at each location were limiting the number of customers in line to 10.

The department also found that all food, including on the buffet line, was being dispensed by food service workers which included items that are usually self-serve. They also found that public items like soda machines and utensil dispensers were being sanitized every fifteen minutes.

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