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More U.S. colleges requiring students to get vaccinated before returning to campus

Por: CBS News Politics April 08, 2021

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Brown University has joined a small but growing number of American colleges and universities requiring students to get vaccinated against before they attend classes in person and participate in other activities on campus.  Brown President Christina Paxson announced in a  on Tuesday that all students at the Ivy League school will be welcomed back to campus in the fall and invited to live in the university's Providence, Rhode Island,... + full article



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