According to health freedom group “No College Mandates,” there are still 104 colleges that mandate the COVID vaccine for students and even some faculty. During the height of the COVID lockdowns, a majority of college campuses required vaccinations for attendance.
To no surprise, the majority of these pro-mandate schools are in California, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. According to the pro-health freedom group, campuses like Rutgers have no intention of giving up their mandate.
Two Minnesota schools, Macalester College and St. Catherine University both require proof of vaccination.
There are 104 colleges in the US still mandating COVID vaccines for students (faculty exempted) and some have indicated they will never let this go. All the while, they refuse to make sense of their pseudoscience. pic.twitter.com/R9hlVbPbwc— No College Mandates (@NCM4Ever) July 22, 2023
There was never a need to force an experimental vaccine on college students, let alone anyone in the general population. Now that we are nearly two years removed from the lockdowns – these universities ought to recognize a student’s right to health freedom.
In 2023, we now have data that suggests the vaccine actually harmed individuals who took it. In particular, young men saw increased rates of heart inflammation.
If that’s not enough of an argument for academic elites, maybe Groff v. Dejoy will be. This landmark ruling on religious liberty from the Supreme Court earlier this year recognized expanded protections for Christians, as well as other religions.
Some of the schools on the ”No College Mandates” list still deny religious exemptions for the vaccine to this day. You can expect to see lawsuits filed against colleges all across the country.