Rutgers University in New Jersey requires all students to have a vaccine certificate before entering campus.
In the United States, Rutgers University requires its students to provide a certificate of coronary vaccine before entering the campus during the fall term, says New York Times. The largest university in the state of New Jersey is known to be the first to make vaccination compulsory.
Students are required to have a vaccine certificate before they can live in university dormitories or participate in contact teaching. According to the university, the claim can be waived for medical or religious reasons. Participants in distance learning are also not required to take the vaccine.
After taking the vaccine, students are still advised to wear face masks and observe safety intervals. Vaccination has not been made mandatory for university staff so far, but is strongly recommended.
Rutgers University, one of the largest in the United States, has a total of more than 70,000 students.
Governor of New Jersey Phil Murphy believes the coronary vaccine will be available to almost everyone in the state by May.
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