The stance regarding the experimental COVID-19 jabs from many colleges across the country is downright criminal.
Despite the CDC finally admitting younger people have an increased risk of heart inflammation from the experimental jabs, some institutions have pressed forward to require it to attend classes.
The CDC scheduled an emergency meeting to review an unusually high number of cases of heart inflammation — particularly among teen boys and young men — following the second doses of the mRNA-based Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.https://t.co/GSqYARMgml
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) June 11, 2021
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While some colleges haven’t mandated the experimental jab, they’re coercing students unwillingly to take it by any means necessary.
One such school is Rhodes College, a private liberal arts college in Memphis, Tennessee.
If you’re a student at Rhodes and don’t want to risk your health and take part in the medical experiment, expect hefty fees tacked on to your bill.
The school recently announced that unvaccinated students will be subjected to weekly COVID-19 PCR tests and charged the insane amount of $1,500.
I guess the faculty, staff, and other students who have received the jab don’t feel too confident it will protect them.
And the only reason Rhodes hasn’t already mandated the jab is due to its Emergency Use Authorization status.
— Inside Higher Ed (@insidehighered) June 11, 2021
JUST IN: Rhodes College students who aren't vaccinated for COVID-19 could face a $1,500 fee per semester. A spokesperson said the college plans to require vaccinations once they are approved by the FDA. Right now, they are strongly recommended.https://t.co/EhyywBzfXX
— Brittni Clemons (@BrittClemonsTV) June 9, 2021
Charging students this fall for ∗not∗ being vaccinated: Rhodes College students will go back to in-person learning, but for those without a #COVID19 vaccine, it will cost them $1,500 Health and Safety fee per semester to cover mandatory testing.https://t.co/XyLbR4TVU1
— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) June 12, 2021
The college says the $1,500 fee will cover the costs of mandatory COVID-19 testing. What do you think? Should all colleges/universities do this? https://t.co/HwWVPe2wrW
— Region 8 News (@Region8News) June 9, 2021
Campus Reform reported:
Starting Fall 2021 , Rhodes College will charge unvaccinated students $1,500 per semester to “cover the costs of mandatory testing.”
The school, located in Memphis, Tennessee, announced the policy in a June 8 letter.
Rhodes College will require the COVID-19 vaccine for all students, staff, and faculty on campus after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) formally approves the vaccines. As of this writing, the school strongly encourages vaccination.
Students who choose not to receive the vaccine can file a medical or religious vaccine exemption before the start of the Fall semester. Non-vaccinated students will also be required to undergo weekly COVID testing.
Rhodes College Vice President for Student Life Meghan Weyant told WREG3 asymptomatic testing was free for all students in the Spring semester, but as vaccines have become available, the college expects students to get fully vaccinated.
“As we prepare to welcome our returning students home and the largest incoming class in Rhodes history, we believe a campus-wide commitment to vaccination will really allow us to do our part in getting our students back on campus for the academic experience that we know they so much want,” Weyant said.
She added that she has not received push back from students saying they don’t want to take the vaccine. “The response has been positive,” she said. “Students want to be back on campus.”
Weyant said in the same interview that international students who do not have access to vaccines in their home countries will be offered a chance to take part in a vaccine clinic upon arrival.
Subjecting young adults to weekly COVID-19 testing is criminal and a waste of resources.
Charging college students $3,000 per year for medical freedom is extortion.
Don’t be surprised to see other universities act like medical dictators and many students to ditch the schools altogether.