NO JAB, NO COLLEGE


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On Thursday, The New York Times reported that Rutgers University in New Jersey will require all students to offer proof of vaccination to return to campus next fall.
The Rutgers president, Jonathan Holloway, issued a statement that included, “Adding COVID-19 vaccination to our student immunization requirements will help provide a safer and more robust college experience for our students.”
His announcement was followed on Friday by word of a “study that will be conducted on 20 other campuses to see if people who have been immunized can still spread the virus.”
As The New York Times reported,
“[According to] the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who have been fully vaccinated do not need masks in small indoor gatherings with others who have been inoculated, but should still wear them in public. This is because clinical trials of the vaccines focus on whether they prevent serious illness and death—not whether vaccinated people could be infected, even only briefly, and transmit the virus.”
The study will have half the 12,000 students from 20 universities jabbed with the Moderna vaccine as soon as they arrive on campus. All 12,000 “will swab their noses daily to check for the virus and, from time to time, provide blood samples for antibody screening.”
TREND FORECAST: The push for mass vaccinations, even to those not catching the virus, will become mandatory at many levels of society.
As we have reported, the recovery rate for people ages 1 to 20 is 99.997 percent, yet they are and will be forced to get vaccinated. Indeed, Pfizer has begun testing its COVID Jab on children under the age of 12.
Despite the massive ad campaigns, etc., there will be a sizeable sector of society that will refuse the vaccination. Thus, we maintain our forecast for anti-vax, anti-tax, anti-establishment political movements.

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