No Vaccine, No Classes Mandates Spread as Academic Year Begins

No Vaccine, No Classes Mandates Spread as Academic Year Begins

Santa Clara University (SCU) has mandated students receive a vaccine against the Chinese coronavirus – even if they will only be taking online classes.

SCU acting president Lisa A. Kloppenberg announced July 27 vaccination would be required of all students registered at the school, all faculty, and all staff.

Undergraduate students were required to be vaccinated by September 1.

“Now with virus transmission increasing – especially among unvaccinated populations exposed to the Delta variant – vaccination remains as critical as ever to reducing the spread of COVID-19,” Kloppenberg stated.

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“[T]his requirement will be enforced whether or not current U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approvals for the three vaccines have changed from “emergency use” to “full” status by that date” [sic], she added.

Nolte: “Those who choose not to get vaccinated are almost no threat to those of us who are vaccinated, and yet they are the

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