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After a limited summer reopening, Foothill College vows to bring back most in-person classes for the fall

Original post made on Jul 3, 2021

California made a push this year to have its more than 100 community colleges fully reopen last month. But local schools are taking a more measured approach, returning to normalcy in the fall.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, July 2, 2021, 2:42 PM

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Posted by William Hitchens
a resident of Mountain View
on Jul 5, 2021 at 5:01 pm

William Hitchens is a registered user.

And I was heartened to see that Foothill College is mandating full vaccination for anyone on campus --- students, faculty, and all staff. Unfortunately, they also they don't appear to be getting medical verification of vaccination status. The "honor system" doesn't work in a time of plague. "Trust, don't verify". Also, they're allowing "religious exemptions". Excuse me, but just what do your religious beliefs have to do with public health of other religious people? NOTHING. Just get the damned shots, show solid proof, or stay at home or in your church where you belong.

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