(RED STATE) – What’s the cost of not getting the COVID-19 vaccine? For a lot of students in Memphis, Tennessee, over a thousand dollars.
As reported by Campus Reform, beginning in the fall, Rhodes College will charge any students who haven’t taken the plunge(r) a pretty penny. The liberal arts school makes things clear via a June 8th letter. The announcement hails a return to “traditional campus operations this fall.”
Rhodes notes it “had a low positivity rate through most of the spring,” and that it’s confident of its “ability to have a robust campus experience this fall.” And whereas, according to the message, spring’s success was guided by “masking and distancing,” the secret to fall’s triumph will be vaccinations.
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