I just talked to a college student I hired last year to help around my place. She had to leave when COVID came to town because her parents were naturally concerned but she stays in touch with me from time to time. I'm in IL. She is moving to the school dorms later this week and classes start in a couple of weeks. This is what she told me. On campus students don't have to be vaccinated to live in the dorms but will be tested EVERY day before being allowed to enter the classrooms. Commuter students have to be vaccinated to come on campus. They will also do random "checks" of temperatures or require to see the vaccination paperwork. At my local hospital, we were told it costs $400 to get a COVID test unless one enters through the ER. I don't how much the rapid response tests are but doesn't that sound like it's going to add up quickly if they are checking all those kids several times per week? Who is going to pay for all this? What have you heard in your area? How are they working getting these kids back in the classroom and testing and requirements?