If the vaccine works COVID restrictions should be no more.
However, we continue to see the complete opposite.
A private college in Vermont has switched to remote learning for the rest of its final exams due to 50 COVID cases.
99% of the students are fully vaccinated and all students and staff without exemptions are required to be vaccinated.
A private liberal arts college in Vermont reverted to remote learning until the close of the fall semester due to 50 active COVID-19 cases on campus.
Final exams, which were scheduled to wrap up by Sunday, will be administered remotely, and students, 99% of whom are fully vaccinated, are encouraged to leave campus early.
Middlebury College’s leadership announced Thursday that 49 students and one employee have tested positive, with 34 of those cases being new.
The school, with an undergraduate enrollment of 2,858, said it is conducting contact tracing and offering testing for all students. It currently requires all students and staff without a religious or medical exemption to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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