UNC-CH faculty leaders want proof of vaccination from students, staff, other faculty
Faculty leaders at UNC-Chapel Hill said Wednesday that they fear a repeat of last year's disastrous fall semester, when a spike in coronavirus infections in the first week prompted an end to in-person undergraduate classes and eventually forced most students to leave campus.
TASKFORCES THE NEW INCENTIVES BEGINS. WATCH IT ON FOX 50 AND THE WRAL NEWS APP AT 1:30 THIS AFTERNOON. >>> EVERYTHING COMES 30 MINUTES BEFORE FACULTY AT UNC CHAPEL HILL WILL MEET TO PUSH FOR VACCINE MANDATES ON CAMPUS. SO FAR THE SYSTEM HAS NOT REQUIRED STUDENTS OR STAFF TO GET VACCINATED BEFORE RETURNING TO CAMPUS. THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION REPORTS MORE THAN 600 COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE REQUIRING THE SHOTS FOR AT LEAST SOME STUDENTS. UNC FACULTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE