Atlanta’s Emory University has found a way to inconvenience students into getting their COVID vaccine boosters. Those students who’ve opted to not get boosted have been hit with limited Internet access. The school has already been upfront about requirements that all students need to be vaxxed and boosted.
Those students who haven’t gone along with that policy were notified in February that their internet access would be “limited,” or “speeds slowed” if they didn’t show they’d been boosted…or had requested an exemption for whatever reason. The week of March 14th, around 1,300 students found out the school wasn’t kidding. That led to more than half of them getting the boost, or requesting the exemption, as required.