Concerns over non-enforcement of campus vaccination rules

Halfway into the first in-person university semester since the pandemic began, some faculty and staff members at British Columbia’s biggest universities say they don’t know whether they and their students are being protected against COVID-19 spread because the schools are not following through on plans to ensure that no one comes to class infected, writes Xiao Xu for The Globe and Mail.

Weeks after universities in Ontario announced that students and faculty would be required to be vaccinated to attend classes, British Columbia schools brought in their vaccine and testing requirement policy. But two major universities confirm that their audits to verify vaccination status have not begun.

Meanwhile, several universities in Ontario are moving to bar unvaccinated students from campus and a Calgary school deregistered 11 students for not declaring their vaccination status. The situation has frustrated some faculty and staff members at the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University.
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