By: James Commish/May 12, 2021
Excuse me? You are telling the people of America that nearly 2.5 million college students must be injected with a vaccine we honestly know very little about. If students don’t comply with the mandate they can not attend classes in the fall. What happened to FREE WILL?
Free Will- The power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate; the ability to act at one’s own discretion.
What is happening here, I completely understand the seriousness of what we are dealing with, but to force an immune human or some one who has the antibodies to still be vaccinated? To me that sounds very similar to control. How about making the students all take a test prior to re-entering the campus, and keep testing students every two-weeks. A program like that couldn’t work? We saw 40,000 people shoulder to shoulder in Texas at a baseball game and it was not super spreader event. College class rooms can’t figure out how to keep people safe when business and restaurants have been doing it for two years?
Will The Students Return?
Nearly 200 college and university campuses across America will not allow students on campus unless they are fully vaccinated. More are likely to jump on board if they see kids are returning to school. The Epoch Times covered this story, so thank you to them for bringing this to light. They contacted four dozen schools, yet only a handful replied, and the responses are interesting.
“As the CDC suggests, data from clinical trials indicate that COVID-19 vaccines can be given safely to people with evidence of a prior SARS-CoV-2 infection. Therefore, Wesleyan University will require all students, even those who have tested positive for COVID-19, or who have had positive COVID-19 antibodies, to be vaccinated in order to enroll in fall semester classes.”
Olivia Drake; Campus News Editor for Wesleyan University responded to Epoch Times via email
What do you think of all this IMUer’s? Are any of you in college how does this development make you feel? Please let us know in the comments section below.
Source: Epochnews & Oxford Dictionary
Cover Photo: Complex