Central University of Technology’s current stance on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination
Any policy change in the university requires a series of consultations with various statutory bodies, including all stakeholders; i.e. employees, students, parents/guardians, partners, regular users of our campus facilities. These consultations are ongoing through various platforms to assess the institution’s overall stance on the matter.
While the university does not have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, the university has sites on our two campuses which convenient and easily accessible to students and employees. A vaccination drive is a place to publicise the availability of this service on our campuses and encourage all stakeholders to take up their responsibility to vaccinate. To date, we have seen positive participation, particularly from our students at both Bloemfontein and Welkom Campuses.
Updates and other information are available on CUT’s COVID-19 Information HubUploaded: 01 March 2022
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