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Virginia Tech disenrolls students over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Far more than 100 Virginia Tech college students were being taken out from the tumble semester roster soon after they failed to comply with the university’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, officials explained.

The Blacksburg, Va., university disenrolled 134 learners who did not post their vaccination proof to show up at drop lessons, the Roanoke Periods described.

“They did not post vaccination documentation or get a health care or spiritual exemption,” college spokesman Mark Owczarski instructed the newspaper.

Owczarski mentioned it is unclear whether any of the pupils who did not provide vaccination evidence weren’t preparing to return in the slide for causes unrelated to the mandate.

The Blacksburg, Va., college disenrolled 134 learners who did not post their vaccination evidence to show up at slide classes.
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The pupils represented about .4% of the university’s close to 37,000 students — and could have accounted for an estimated $2 million to $3 million in undergraduate, in-condition tuition charges as effectively as home and board, the newspaper claimed.

The college declared previously this summertime that it would call for pupils be vaccinated against the virus by Oct. 1.

In Charlottesville, the College of Virginia disenrolled 238 students who did not comply with its vaccine procedures.

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The college students represented about .4% of the university’s about 37,000 college students.
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