68 American colleges still have Covid vaccine mandates in place

Harvard is among the many U.S. schools that remain committed to the Safety Regime.

Thanks to the invaluable work of No College Mandates, we know that as of February 6, 2024, an astounding 68 American colleges and universities still have Covid shot mandates in place.

Yes, you read that correctly. There are 68 schools in the United States that continue to push the mRNA serum on college students across America.

The list includes historically elite schools like Harvard and Johns Hopkins. It also includes a variety of ultra leftist colleges in California and New York, and elsewhere, coupled with a significant amount of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

Speaking of Harvard, they just announced that students must comply with the Covid mandate if they wish to enroll for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year. Notably, the requirement does not apply to faculty and staff.

“Harvard is the only Ivy League that still requires students to show proof that they have taken either the initial COVID vaccine series (which is no longer available) or the most up-to-date booster even though no such requirement exists for faculty and staff,” Lucia Sinatra, the co-founder of No College Mandates, tells The Dossier.

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