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University of Saskatchewan introduces its own three-dose vaccine policy

Students will need “at least two doses” of COVID vaccine to avoid being kicked off the University of Saskatchewan campus in January, and will require a third dose whenever they’re “eligible.”

The announcement comes as the school plans to deregister students who do not “show proof of receiving at least two doses” of COVID vaccine by Jan. 4. Rapid testing, which was allowed in the fall term, will no longer be accepted.

The university website provides its own “USask definition” of what it is to be fully vaccinated, including “three doses of a COVID-19 vaccine not approved by Health Canada.”


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