90% of those who attend St. Lawrence campuses say they are fully vaccinated – Kingston | The Canadian News

St. Lawrence College has released data from its recent “vaccine passport” process and says the vast majority of respondents attest to being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

After recently switching about 50 percent of its courses online, the university has focused on asking students and staff who come to campus about their vaccination status. According to a statement from the school, some 4,700 people, or 40 percent of its university population, currently access campuses in person.

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So far, 90 percent of those surveyed have attested to being fully vaccinated, the university said.

The school has yet to clarify whether you are being asked for proof of vaccination through the vaccine passport process.

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By the fall semester, anyone entering campus must be fully vaccinated or undergo regular rapid antigen tests with negative results.

St. Lawrence College CEO and President Glenn Vollebregt says the school has been running vaccination clinics on campus to help students and staff access second doses.

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Controls are also carried out at the entrances to universities.

The school did not immediately respond to a request for more information.

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