The State News
Michigan State University announced that it will not make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for students, faculty or staff this fall which has produced polarizing opinions from the MSU community.
Michigan State alumna Janice Daverman said she disagrees with the university’s decision to not require the vaccine next semester. She said that keeping COVID-19 cases low is very important for students to gain the social interaction needed to learn at MSU.
“We are not at herd immunity in Michigan and especially I’m sure on campus,” Daverman said.
Daverman said she is also concerned with new variants of COVID-19 making its way through MSU.