While some of us may have expected 2021 to have the coronavirus under control, things have been up and down throughout the past year. From the distribution of vaccines to the introduction of the Delta variant, it’s hard to predict what COVID-19 numbers will look like going into 2022.
For this reason, different schools and universities are enacting different policies regarding students’ exposure to the virus over the holidays.
Some schools, for example, are requiring students to get vaccinated. Other schools have limited indoor activities and sports events in an attempt to limit exposure. Others are merely giving students advice about what to watch out for in holiday gatherings.
It’s important for students to stay alert and updated about their specific school’s COVID policies and regulations. Our team at DC Student Defense knows that, unfortunately, universities sometimes steamroll right over students.
We know how to help our clients defend their rights and preserve their academic futures. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and talk about your case.
It can be hard to not have your college-age kids around for the holidays. It’s a time when the whole family comes together, but how can your family be whole when some members are missing?
Unfortunately, this year, it’s not as simple for your kids to come home by just hopping on a Greyhound. Not only does traveling greatly increase the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19, but colleges are implementing strict rules about isolation and testing as well.
For the most part, your kid’s school won’t know what they did over break, but they will be testing your child for COVID-19 upon their return.