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U of T will let unvaccinated students attend class on campus this fall
As Ontario progresses through the third and final step of Doug Ford's economic reopening plan, the question of what comes next is top of mind for many, especially when it comes to high-risk, close-contact environments such as classrooms.
The province's Ministry of Colleges and Universities sent a memo earlier this week telling post-secondary institutions that they should effectively plan for a return to normal when in-person classes resume this fall — no capacity limits, no physical distancing mandates.
Masks will still be required indoors and schools will obviously have to follow any other public health orders that are legally in place, but deputy minister Shelley Tapp said it's anticipated that all on-campus activities will be allowed again come September.
Some insitutions have already taken it upon themselves to announce specific rules of their own on top of existing restrictions.
Seneca College, for instance, announced last week that all students and staff will need to have proof of vaccination in order to be on campus.
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