The university said it will continue to strongly recommend COVID-19 vaccinations.
BOULDER, Colo. — The University of Colorado at Boulder announced Monday its COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students, faculty and staff will end Monday, May 15.
The university said the coronavirus vaccine requirement, which has been in effect since 2021, will end with the start of Maymester and the summer terms.
“The university will continue to strongly recommend COVID-19 vaccinations for all in our campus community as a safe, effective tool for minimizing the effects of COVID-19, including serious illness and death,” said Jessica Doty, CU Boulder’s Associate Vice Chancellor…
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