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State 'strongly encourages' public, private colleges to require students to get COVID-19 vaccine

University of Illinois, other schools have already issued mandates

Posted on July 20, 2021

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SPRINGFIELD – The state’s higher education agencies released updated COVID-19 guidance Monday encouraging all public and private higher education institutions in Illinois to issue mandatory vaccine policies.

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