Is Your College on the Growing List of Those Who Will Require Students to Have COVID Vaccinations?

As college faculty and administrators edge toward the Fall 2021 semester, they’re grappling with COVID-19. Administrators are weighing whether to make vaccinations mandatory — or just strongly encourage — students to be vaccinated against Covid-19. “COVID-19 vaccines reduce the spread of the disease and are very effective at preventing serious illness and hospitalization,” said Sylvia Burwell, American University President, in a statement to students. “While public health measures like face coverings and physical distancing will likely be part of our fall operations, robust vaccination in our community will enable us to expand activities and interactions that enrich the educational, research, and social […]
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