This Fall, the Unvaccinated Face New Campus Rules and Restrictions
Lindsay Ellis, The Chronicle of Higher Education
A highly regulated semester is underway for unvaccinated college students and employees.
Last fall, before COVID-19 vaccines were widely available, many campuses mandated masks, required regular or random testing, and barred large gatherings. Now, colleges are developing parallel sets of policies, depending on vaccination status—employees and students who are not fully vaccinated will experience stricter rules, while those who are fully vaccinated will see many of those rules pared back.