Indiana U.’s vaccine mandate has survived a legal challenge. It’s still an anomaly.
From The Chronicle: “A federal judge ruled against a legal challenge to the Indiana University system’s vaccine mandate, effectively upholding the requirement that all students must be vaccinated from Covid before returning to campus in the fall unless they qualify for an exemption. The ruling sends a strong signal that the lawsuits filed in response to colleges’ vaccine requirements may face steep odds in court.”
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