Legal ground solid for college vaccine mandates

Public health in past has trumped individual rights, experts say

Posted 4/17/21

When Rutgers University announced in late March it would require all students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before stepping foot on its New Jersey campus this fall, it became the first university to do so. Since then, a handful of schools have followed suit, including Cornell University and Notre Dame University.

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