SLU is requiring the vaccine, but Mizzou is not. Freedom of choice is still alive. Attendance numbers will tell the real story.
More food for thought:
“According to the CDC’s national studies, females made up two-thirds of individuals who experienced adverse reactions to the vaccine during the first month of administering it. In a study published in the JAMA Network, 15 out of 16 allergic reactions to mRNA COVID-19 shots were also women.”
“According to SLU, their student body is comprised of 60 percent women and approximately 65 percent of the faculty is female. According to the Pew Research Center, women have been the ‘majority of college-educated adults for more than a decade.'”
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