Lawmakers Pressure Maine University System to End COVID Vax Mandate

 

Will Tuell

Forty-five Maine House Republicans submitted a letter to University of Maine Systems Chancellor Dan Malloy Feb. 10 urging him and the UMS Board of Trustees to repeal the system-wide COVID-19 vaccination mandate in the wake of a similar decision by the Maine Community College System (MCCS) earlier in the week. If approved, students attending college at one of the system’s seven campuses, including the University of Maine at Machias, would not be required to have the COVID-19 vaccine to take class.

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