(Natural News) Two more universities, Columbia University in New York and Yale University in Connecticut, have announced that all eligible students returning to campus in the fall must get jabbed for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Joining several other schools that have done the same, both Columbia and Yale have declared that the best weapon against the spread of the Chinese virus is a Big Pharma injection. Consequently, all students save for those with exemptions will have to get needled in order to receive on-campus indoctrination.
Yale says it “will make reasonable accommodations for medical and religious exemptions from vaccinations.” Columbia says it “will provide religious and medical exemptions, as we do for the influenza and measles vaccines, in accordance with New York State public health laws.”
More information is reportedly coming soon from the two schools as to what students will be required to show as proof of vaccination. In the meantime, students attending either school will probably want to start investigating how to get qualified for an exemption.
Only students have to get vaccinated, not faculty or staff
Just like at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo., teachers, professors, and other staff members at Columbia and Yale are exempt from the mandate, at least for now. Only students are required to get injected as a condition of attending classes on campus.
Students at Columbia and Yale who refuse the jab will be punished by not being allowed on campus along with their vaccinated counterparts. All unvaccinated students, save for those with exemptions, will be forced to learn at home in isolation via Zoom.
More than a dozen other colleges and universities have announced similar policies, and many more will likely follow once it is determined that there are enough vaccines available for everyone.
On the flip side, Harvard University and Princeton University have both decided to make Chinese virus injections optional for students, though they will be encouraged to get jabbed.
At Dartmouth College, students will also have the option to get jabbed, though the school has announced that vaccinated students will be awarded with special “privileges” and “freedoms.”
The University of Pennsylvania, meanwhile, is asking all eligible students, faculty, staff, and postdocs to get vaccinated in order to be on campus this fall. The school will also require those on campus to complete and carry with them a daily PennOpen Pass symptom check and exposure assessment.
As of this writing, there are two vaccines for the Chinese virus currently available to Americans: Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) jab is on hold at the present time due to numerous recipients developing deadly blood clots post-injection.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s (CDC) vaccine advisory committee could make a decision as soon as this Friday as to whether or not the J&J jab will continue to be administered.
Vaccine recipients who become injured or die post-injection are supposed to be logged into the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). However, only a very small percentage of vaccine adverse events end up being reported in accordance with the guidelines.
Well over 3,000 cases of vaccine injuries stemming from Chinese virus injections have been reported to VAERS since mid-December. The CDC, however, denies that any of these deaths are linked to the jabs.
“If there is a mandatory vaccination requirement and then the recipient has medical complications from the vaccine, I imagine the university would be accountable for any effects resulting from such a demand,” wrote one commenter at The Epoch Times.
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