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No to Compulsory Vaccination: The UJ Council has adopted an obligatory COVID-19 vaccination policy

At its meeting on November 25, 2021, the UJ Council decided that all (UJ) campuses and facilities will be required to have vaccination locations.

This means that staff, postdoctoral research fellows, and students will be required to furnish UJ with proof of vaccination. According to the university the process was driven by the values of transparency, openness, and surveys for staff, students, and Senate members, as well as legal advice.

The study appears to have fallen short since many students are opposed to obligatory vaccination, LN24 SA Correspondent Innocent Semosa, with the details from the University of Johannesburg. Take a look.

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