5 students at The College of New Jersey sue over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Five students at The College of New Jersey say they're being discriminated against what they call the school's ‘'unconstitutional’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

News 12 Staff

Sep 28, 2021, 3:05 PM

Updated 939 days ago

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Five students at The College of New Jersey say they're being discriminated against what they call the school's ‘'unconstitutional’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
The mandate requires all students without exemptions to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend in-person classes.
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Their attorney says the students are being forced to undergo weekly testing, despite having medical or religious vaccine exemptions.
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Their attorney filed the lawsuit Monday in Trenton in federal court.
The school does not allow exemptions and is defending its policy.



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