Vanderbilt COVID-19 Policy Forbids Students From Attending Basketball Games; Allows General Public Ticket Buyers

Vanderbilt COVID-19 Policy Forbids Students From Attending Basketball Games; Allows General Public Ticket Buyers


Vanderbilt is supposedly one of America’s most prestigious educational institutions.

However, a 1st grader could make COVID-19 policies that make more sense than school officials.

In its latest decision to “slow the spread,” the university will not allow students to attend the next five basketball games at Memorial Gymnasium.

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But they will permit ticket buyers from the general public to attend basketball games and operate at 100% capacity.

If you’re trying to make sense of this policy, I can’t help you.

I’m thoroughly confused about what goes through the minds of whoever made this nonsensical decision.

College students are one of the least vulnerable groups to experience severe COVID-19 complications and have a 99.99% survival rate.

Any restrictions to their routine life, especially on campus,

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