Growing Number Of Universities Have Bad News For Students Concerning Vaccines And The Spring Semester
A growing number of major colleges and universities across the United States have some bad news to deliver to students for the upcoming spring semester when it comes to COVID-19 vaccinations.
Many of these oh so wonderful institutions of higher learning, where students come to get fully equipped to join the ranks of the anti-American, pro-socialist elites of the country, are now requiring a COVID-19 booster shot in order to attend the spring semester in 2022.
Two new schools who put their names down on the list are among the Big Ten, and are both located in the state of Michigan, which is currently going through a surge of COVID cases over the last few weeks.
The University of Michigan announced their booster requirement on December 17 which is in effect for all students, faculty, and other staff members.
“The University of Michigan is requiring all students, faculty and staff on all three U-M campuses to get a COVID-19 booster shot as one of several enhanced mitigation measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 during the winter 2022 academic term,” the university went on to say in a letter last week.
“The deadline for the Ann Arbor campus to receive the booster shot is Feb. 4 or as soon as they are eligible thereafter, based on their individual vaccination schedule,” the letter continued.
Michigan State University has also announced COVID-19 booster shot requirements.
“All members of our campus community who were fully vaccinated either with a two-dose regimen more than six months ago or a one-dose regimen more than two months ago are now eligible for a booster and should immediately receive one,” Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley wrote in a statement.
Michigan State University demands booster shots for all students and staff. Also, you must wear your mask.
This is what happens when you comply with unreasonable demands. It simply creates more demands. pic.twitter.com/I8fIDco31b
— Mythinformed MKE (@MythinformedMKE) December 18, 2021
New York University (NYU) also added a booster shot requirement with a January 18, 2022 deadline, according to a recent update.
NYU requires all students, faculty, employees, and campus visitors to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and upload proof of vaccination as a condition of having access to NYU buildings—both in New York City and at the majority of our Study Away sites in the US and abroad—for the 2021-22 academic year.
NYU now also requires all members of the NYU community to receive a COVID-19 booster vaccination as soon as they are eligible and upload proof of the vaccination by January 18, 2022.
Georgetown University has also added a booster requirement back on Dec. 14.
Interesting: @Georgetown announces booster shot requirement for all students and faculty by January 21.
Curious to see if this becomes the norm for other colleges, govt’s, etc; Fauci has already indicated the definition of “fully vaccinated” might be changed to require boosters. pic.twitter.com/IvjOhxNR6h
— Gabe Fleisher (@WakeUp2Politics) December 14, 2021
You know, if you’re on the fence about whether or not you or your child should attend a major university, these requirements might go a long, long way toward persuading you to consider going to trade school.
Believe it or not, there are tons of these kind of jobs available and they make very good money. Not to mention they are almost always in-demand.
Seems like a good alternative to consider.