Princeton University to require COVID-19 vaccinations for professors, faculty and staff

Princeton University has become the latest college to require COVID-19 vaccinations for professors, faculty and staff.
The employees must prove they've been fully vaccinated by Aug. 1., which is ahead of the start of the fall semester.
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APPOINTMENT INFORMATION: Where and how to get vaccinated
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Campus employees can apply for waivers if they have a medical condition or "sincerely-held religious belief" that prevents them from getting vaccinated. If they do not get the shot, employees must continue wearing masks, getting tested regularly and staying socially distant indoors.
The university was one of the first to announce COVID-19 vaccine requirements for students back in April.