Dozens of unvaccinated Purdue students, staff in trouble for not taking required COVID tests

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Some students at Purdue University are receiving disciplinary action for failing to follow the school’s requirements for COVID.

Before the fall semester started, Purdue gave students the option to either be fully vaccinated or participate in weekly routine testing. A large majority of students are doing that, but the school says there are 84 students receiving disciplinary action for not doing the weekly testing after getting two warnings. The school says if they get a third warning, they’ll be suspended.

At the same time, Purdue says 214 employees have received a warning for not participating in the required COVID testing.

The school says over 80% of Purdue students, faculty and staff are fully vaccinated.

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Quite Contrary September 13, 2021 at 12:31 pm

Hopefully these students and staff will keep pushing back against the tyranny. The PCR tests have been recalled because they are so inaccurate – but they’re still allowed to use them till the end of the year. The pure insanity of forcing an invasive test that doesn’t even work on people displaying no symptoms! So the results will be meaningless anyway. It appears they are just trying to punish people who are unwilling to take a clot shot. It doesn’t stop infection or transmission – so why should anyone feel obligated to take it?

Charles U Farley September 13, 2021 at 12:59 pm

Higher Education just keeps getting dumber and dumber. Why even hire a person from one of these indoctrination centers? I was hoping that Purdue would weather the Woke Joke better than most being a STEM school for the most part, but when I see them setting policies like this one I see the school declining into abject stupidity with all the rest.


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