Indiana Court Ruling Paves way for Colleges to Require Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination

A federal judge rejected a request from students to block Indiana University’s vaccine mandate, clearing the way for the school to require students to get the COVID-19 shot to attend class, writes Erin Schumaker for ABC News. The ruling may set a precedent for future cases about COVID-19 vaccine mandates at universities, according to Eric Feldman, a professor of medical ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, though he cautioned against generalizing too much from the case at hand. “We’ve got a Trump-appointed judge in a relatively conservative district, dealing with an issue that I think […]
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