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University of Arizona president confident school has systems to protect against COVID-19

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University of Arizona students are heading back to campus, but they need to get tested for coronavirus first. NBC News’ Vaughn Hillyard spoke with Dr. Robert Robbins, the president of the university, who said he is confident they have enough systems in place with extensive testing to protect against coronavirus.