Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. responds to reports that say the school has reopened to students.
"Liberty did not reopen. Liberty has between 1,000 and 2,000 students on a campus built for 15,500 and almost a thousand are international students who have nowhere else to go," he said. "Others have no place else to be except in their dorms."
"The campus has become more like an apartment complex than a university. All the education is being done online. All the restaurants are serving takeout only. We are wiping down every surface that is touched off on every hour, we have extra police," he said.
"It looks like a ghost town, it looks like a ghost town and the reason some of them are leaving now to go back and study at home is because none of their friends are here," he said.