The masked professor vs. the unmasked student
From The New York Times: “At universities, some instructors are finding the return to the classroom a nerve-racking experience. A few have quit — one in the middle of class. … More than 1,000 colleges and universities have adopted vaccination requirements for at least some students and staff, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. In an indication of how political vaccination has become, the schools tend to be clustered in states that voted for President Biden in the last election. But at some campuses, particularly in Republican-led states with high rates of contagion — like the state systems in Georgia, Texas and Florida — vaccination is optional and mask wearing, while recommended, cannot be enforced.View the full article from The New York Times.
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