Rutgers Student "Stopped From Taking Virtual Classes Because He's Not Vaccinated"Chris Menahan
Sep. 07, 2021
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Rutgers must protect its students and staff from Ethernet-based covid transmission.
Trust the science™!
From NJ.com, "Rutgers student says he's being stopped from taking virtual classes because he's not vaccinated":
Logan Hollar transferred to Rutgers University in 2020, spending his junior year taking virtual classes from his Sandyston home in Sussex County, more than 70 miles away from the New Brunswick campus.CDC director Rochelle Walensky in August openly admitted the vaccines can no longer protect against covid transmission in person and ordered everyone to start wearing masks again.
This policy is so insane you have to wonder what's really going on here.
"Since March, we have provided comprehensive information and direction to students to meet vaccine requirements through several communications channels, including our university websites, direct emails, and messages relayed throughout the registration and enrollment processes," [spokeswoman Dory Devlin] said.Good man.
If you don't want to switch colleges you may want to file for a religious exemption and sue them if they reject it.
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