UCT Debates Mandatory Vaccinations

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Students are weighing in on whether Covid-19 vaccinations should be compulsory at the University of Cape Town.

Professors have proposed this measure to protect the university community from becoming seriously ill.

The university’s Student Representative Council President, Declan Dyer says that the past 18 months have been difficult, as the institution tried to adapt to the changing Covid-19 climate.

The institution’s Senate meets this Friday to assess all submissions on the proposal.

It however raises questions about whether first-year applicants would have to provide proof of vaccination before being accepted.

[Header image: UCT news]


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