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SMU will ease most COVID-19 restrictions after May 15.
SMU law student champions holistic approach to public defense
SMU returns to in-person learning with no mask mandate on campus despite soaring omicron infection numbers, and the “majority” of Faculty Senate disagrees.
All SMU employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 18 under President Biden’s Executive Order 14042 concerning safety protocols for those that receive federal contracts, as announced in an email from the Office of the President Friday morning.
SMU Dedman Center is the first one to lift the mask mandate after the CDC announced it nationwide, leading to changes such as an increase in people playing indoor sports.
SMU lifted its mask requirement on campus Tuesday, May 18, according to a university announcement.
SMU has administered 2,109 first doses and 279 second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at the health center as of April 19, per a university spokesperson.
Many college students have expressed skepticism over the COVID vaccine. Their arguments are hypocritical and irrational. College students should get the vaccine for altruistic reasons as well as the hypocrisy of their own arguments.
SMU is receiving a second shipment of the Pfizer vaccine for the students, faculty, and staff at SMU. Click here to find out more information about the number of doses, registration details, and dates for scheduling appointments.