In order to return back to school this fall, college students enrolled at a number of American universities will have to get vaccinated with flu shots and sign “social distancing” contracts in accordance with draconian new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines.
Both Harvard University and the University of Tennessee – Knoxville have already announced that getting an annual jab for seasonal influenza will be a new requirement for all students who attend classes in person. And UT-Knoxville specifically has added the caveat that once a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is released that is “proven to be safe and effective,” it, too will be a requirement for students wanting to come back to campus.
“While we have received a small amount of mixed feedback, we believe this action is in the best interest of our students and campus communities,” stated UT-Knoxville communications director Melissa Tindell.
At Harvard, students will also be required to “participate in routine COVID-19 testing,” as well as wear masks in all public spaces. There will also be limited access to on-campus buildings at Harvard, which is pushing its students to settle for “virtual socializing” rather than in-person socializing as the “first option for social contact.”
The consulting firm EAB recently conducted a survey of 69 different educational institutions to see what they are planning to do in response to the plandemic. A shocking 40 percent of them indicated that they are planning to “ask students to sign agreements to follow university and public health guidelines.”
One in six institutions also told the firm that they are planning to punish students who violate “social distancing” mandates, while another 37 percent are still in the process of considering doing the same.
That UT-Knoxville is among the first American universities to impose some of the strictest and most draconian measures for its students in response to the plandemic is actually not all that surprising, seeing as how Knoxville itself was also one of the first American cities to impose aggressively unconstitutional “reopening” mandates that prohibited churchgoers from singing with their congregations and reading their Bibles during services.
“All medical interventions, including vaccines, must be a choice,” responded Danielle Goodrich from the Tennessee Coalition for Vaccine Choice about this latest move by UT-Knoxville to strip students of their right to make their own medical choices. “Our schools and public health should uphold our inalienable, God-given rights,” she added.
Another major problem with these mandates is that the vaccination component in particular forces students to be injected with untested chemicals and abortion-derived DNA material that is known to cause serious injury or even death in some people.
“Fear of a disease – which we know very little about, relative to other similar diseases – must not lead to knee-jerk reactions regarding public health, nor can it justify supporting the hidden agenda of governmental as well as non-governmental bodies that have apparent conflicts of interest in plans to restrict personal freedoms,” warns LifeSiteNews.
A “LifePetitions” petition created by LifeSiteNews calls on people everywhere to oppose any and all attempts at mandating a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, not to mention all other vaccines. You can sign that petition at this link.
“Virtually overnight we have become a nation of hysteric germophobes,” wrote one LifeSiteNews commenter about this dire situation that is transpiring.
More news about the dramatic changes being made to “higher education” in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is also available at CampusInsanity.com.
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