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Mandatory COVID Vaccines Becoming the Standard for Many Colleges and Universities

Mandatory COVID Vaccines Becoming the Standard for Many Colleges and Universities

“Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated, but the expectation will be that our campuses and classrooms will overwhelmingly consist of vaccinated individuals”

Once some of the Ivy League schools started doing this, the writing was on the wall. This policy will spread to most schools by the fall.

CNBC reports:

More colleges make Covid vaccines mandatory for students

The number of colleges and universities that will require students be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 is suddenly escalating.

In just the last few days, Duke University, Brown, Northeastern University, the University of Notre Dame, Syracuse University and Ithaca College all announced that students returning to campus in the fall must be fully vaccinated before the first day of class.

Cornell University, Rutgers University, Nova Southeastern University, Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, and St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, have also said vaccinations will be mandatory for the fall of 2021.

Even more institutions are likely to follow, according to Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

“Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated, but the expectation will be that our campuses and classrooms will overwhelmingly consist of vaccinated individuals, greatly reducing the risk of infection for all,” Cornell President Martha Pollack and Provost Michael Kotlikoff said in a statement.

Across the country, campuses struggled to remain open over the last year as fraternities, sororities and off-campus parties drove sudden spikes in coronavirus cases among undergraduates. Meanwhile, students overwhelmingly declared remote school a mediocre substitute for being in the classroom.

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nordic_prince | April 16, 2021 at 2:25 pm

Alternate (real) headline:

Mandatory Experimental Vaxxes Becoming the Standard for Many Colleges and Universities

Getting sick of this notion that we have to surrender our UNALIENABLE rights just to engage in everyday activities. What’s it called again, when you have this marriage of government and business? Oh yeah – FASCISM.

Sorry, but business doesn’t get to abrogate my rights and violate my conscience simply because “muh private business,” any more than they could have “colored drinking fountains” and “whites only” lunch counters because “muh private business.”

This insane push for vaxxing people against a “virus” with a 99%+ survivability rate, and making it “mandatory” is simply setting us up for a medical apartheid state. Those who behave according to implied expectations will be granted full rights; those who don’t will be branded as “troublemakers,” suffer lower social credit scores, and be discriminated against – if not with government blessing, then at least with the government turning a blind eye to it all because they would rather have businesses be the “bad cop” so they can say, “Well, WE are not taking away your ‘unalienable” rights; that’s BUSINESS, and you know, ‘muh private business’….”

It’s the same playbook they’ve been pushing with silencing conservative voices on social media platforms and labeling anything contrary to the received narrative as “misinformation” and “dangerous” to society. They will apply it to all those who refuse the “vaxx,” regardless of the reason why a person may choose to forego the “vaxx” (and contrary to popular opinion, declining to get this shot does not make one an “anti-vaxxer” – shame on those of you who use the left’s terminology and tactics of labeling people to “otherize” them).

    bill1904 in reply to nordic_prince. | April 16, 2021 at 3:03 pm

    This is the truth. Anyone under 75 and in good health is only doing a disservice by taking this experimental vaccine. With under a 0.02% IFR for college age students, it is just as “dangerous” as the seasonal flu. FORCING students to take this shot is putting many of them in potentially life-altering situations that they would not have to go through otherwise. Since the manufactures of this experimental vaccine are exempt from liability, I hope that the students who are forced to inoculate sue these schools to oblivion upon any serious side-effects/fatalities.

    alohahola in reply to nordic_prince. | April 16, 2021 at 5:08 pm

    The “insane push” is happening because no one is clamoring to get the vaccine.

Isn’t this debate like the comfort animals. Just bring a note from your doctor, and you can get out of the requirement. (In the case of the flu shots, Cornell let all black people out of the requirement without any note or formal objection.)

The newest mantra on these experimental vaccines are that they are “safe and effective”. The 95% effective claim by Pfizer is based on ONLY 170 trial participants. No one in the trial was tested for the development of antibodies which is the typical endpoint to measure a vaccines effectiveness.

In regard to safety, a typical vaccine safety trial lasts a MINIMUM of 2 years. Pfizer & Moderna have ENDED their safety trials after only 7 months by allowing placebo recipients to receive the vaccine. This eliminates all possibilities of capturing long-term adverse effects. There has been more adverse effects reported in 3 months of covid vaccinations than after 60 YEARS of the polio vaccine

Students do not need to take this vaccine. With a similar IFR to the seasonal flu, universities are putting an immense and unnecessary risk on its students. Students should do all in their power to resist vaccinating and should make their voice heard at universities forcing it.

I have a feeling not all will be doing this–and that it will go the other way.

Not all Ivy Leagues have decided yet–I think one or two might be bold enough to be reasonable.

How can anybody require you to accept a vaccine that has not actually been approved by the FDA? Also, safety and effectiveness of the vaccines has not been established either.

https://www.fda.gov/vaccines-blood-biologics/vaccines/emergency-use-authorization-vaccines-explained

Can you lawyers explain this in layman’s terms, please?

Mandatory for a population at no significant risk? That’s crazy.

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