COVID-19 Vaccinations Won't Be Required at Iowa Public Universities
April 16, 6:20 a.m. Iowa's public universities will encourage but not require COVID-19 vaccinations in the fall for students, The Ames Tribune reported.
"We continue to strongly encourage members of our campus community to get vaccinated" but will not require vaccinations, said Michael Richards, president of the Iowa Board of Regents.
Iowa governor Kim Reynolds, a Republican, opposes vaccine...
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