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Federal money at stake in vaccine mandate, UArizona president says – Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona 2021-10-19 01:39:43 –

Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Last Friday, The University of Arizona said it will need COVID-19 shots for faculty and students working at the university..

The University of Arizona President Robert Robins said U Arizon would comply with federal vaccine obligations or $ hundreds of millions in federal contracts, even though Governor Duchy and state law banned state workers from vaccination obligations. States that you need to lose.

Dr. Robert Robins “We were hoping this would come back in the summer. We were in talks with Congress, the Governor and other universities and our ABOR Regent, and that happened. When we were ready to act. What we did. “

University employees must show proof of vaccination by December 8th. Dr. Robins says some tax exemptions apply, but the university is considering penalties for employees who have not yet been exempted and have not yet been vaccinated.



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