“Students, faculty, staff and visitors must get a booster shot by Jan. 21 or secure an approved medical or religious exemption.”
Just being vaccinated is rapidly going out of style on college campuses. This is just the latest example of a required booster. More schools will follow.
NBC News reports:
Georgetown University to Require Booster Shots After Omicron Case
Georgetown University says it will require COVID-19 booster shots after one of Washington, D.C.’s first cases of the omicron coronavirus variant cropped up within the school community.
Students, faculty, staff and visitors must get a booster shot by Jan. 21 or secure an approved medical or religious exemption.
Employees who are teleworking must abide by the requirements, but anyone not yet eligible for a booster can get a deadline extension, the university said.
COVID-19 booster eligibility for adults begins two months after a single dose vaccination or six months after a two-shot vaccination.
Georgetown already requires anyone on campus to show proof of vaccination.
A member of the Georgetown University community is among the first four people in D.C. to be diagnosed with the omicron virus variant, school officials said in a message.
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