The question is, have all the students gotten access to vaccines by now? What is going to be the fate of those who have not yet received the jab?
Some universities have already set the bar saying at least you must have gotten the first dose before reporting to school. Does this mean, until you receive vaccination, you forget about going to school?
Well, something else could be thought about to help out in this situation. The truth is, some students may not be having access to the vaccines.
The government could make schools vaccination centres so that students can easily access vaccines. This will be much better than stopping students from going to school.
Perhaps a new time frame for all students to be vaccinated should be set. If they make schools vaccination centres and still students don’t show up, then the extremes can be reached.
As of now though, it would really be unfair to stop students from accessing schools. The other question is are all lecturers vaccinated, will they be stopped as well?
However, schools should open as earlier agreed. They have been closed for way too long, this might becomes an issue in some years to come.
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