Oklahoma universities are working to develop plans that will prevent the spread of coronavirus on campuses.

The University of Oklahoma announced new air domestic and international travel guidelines Tuesday as it considers moving to virtual classes following spring break.  

OU and other Oklahoma universities said they are monitoring the spread of COVID-19 closely before making the final decision to suspend face-to-face instruction.

The OU Board of Regents is expected to decide within the next few days.

Oklahoma State University also released a statement Tuesday saying they are continuing to develop contingency plans.

Both universities said health, safety, and overall well-being remains a top priority.