College of Toledo requiring vaccines to attend

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Some students say it is for their welfare while others think it should be illegal.

Some universities now require that all students and staff on their campus be vaccinated.

And they must also provide proof of this before the start of the fall semester.

Some of you have had mixed reactions to this, and Toledo University Students talk about it.

“Most people don’t look at it like not doing it, but I think we should all try to get vaccinated because, like all of us, we try to be safe,” said Pam-Ashley Atabong, a freshman at the Toledo University.

People at college are on either side of the fence after the University of Michigan and Michigan State announced that the vaccine is mandatory for students and staff.

“I totally agree that they ask for vaccination cards and evidence of vaccinations. As a former high school student, I was always concerned about getting sick, missing classes, missing my job and not getting paid,” said Donna Beauregard. a graduate of Toledo University.

Others we spoke to on campus say they are against it but didn’t want to say it on camera.

But many shared their comments on social media.

Kim Hill says you can’t force people to get the injection.

Aaron May says it is a public university and the vaccine is a choice. It’s illegal.

But some UT students say they wouldn’t mind if it happened here.

“If they did it here I would say it would be a pleasant surprise because to me I am a fan of knowing what they are doing in Michigan. It actually feels like they care about you care, you know like “the student relatives that would come over,” said Ricardo Cabrera, a senior at the Toledo University.

Especially for the benefit of the students and their families.

‚ÄúConsideration towards other people. You know, in this case, I’m not just thinking about myself. I think about the other people I come into contact with. And maybe their kids or maybe their grandparents the big problem here, “said Beauregard.

“I’m just saying take your vaccine. You want to play it safe. Just do it,” Atabong said.

We got to that. agile Toledo University and the school says it currently has no plans to make the COVID vaccine a requirement.