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OT MSU U of M Football Mask Requirements
Wonder where EMU is at with this?

https://www.freep.com/story/sports/colle...213846002/
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(08-23-2021 04:41 AM)emu79 Wrote:  Wonder where EMU is at with this?

https://www.freep.com/story/sports/colle...213846002/

I imagine the rest of the michigan schools - not just EMU - were waiting for the big dogs to make their policies and would just copy them. id expect emu to announce a similar decision in the coming days.

this is a good and reasonable policy btw.

and if you arent already and there arent any medical barriers preventing you from doing so - please get vaccinated.
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For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.
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(08-23-2021 08:06 AM)cidbearit Wrote:  For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.

THATS GREAT.

Hey look at a school that doesnt do that - i wonder how auburn is doing:

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...e-covid-19

Fellas is it bad to have your coach have to quarantine because he tested positive for covid?
08-23-2021 08:12 AM
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RE: OT MSU U of M Football Mask Requirements
(08-23-2021 08:12 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:06 AM)cidbearit Wrote:  For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.

THATS GREAT.

Hey look at a school that doesnt do that - i wonder how auburn is doing:

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...e-covid-19

Fellas is it bad to have your coach have to quarantine because he tested positive for covid?

Still able to catch covid after being vaccinated. Also as likely to pass it on as someone who is not vaccinated.
In Harsin's case,asymptomatic he would have not known he was positive without regular testing.
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RE: OT MSU U of M Football Mask Requirements
(08-23-2021 10:05 AM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:12 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:06 AM)cidbearit Wrote:  For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.

THATS GREAT.

Hey look at a school that doesnt do that - i wonder how auburn is doing:

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...e-covid-19

Fellas is it bad to have your coach have to quarantine because he tested positive for covid?

Still able to catch covid after being vaccinated. Also as likely to pass it on as someone who is not vaccinated.
In Harsin's case,asymptomatic he would have not known he was positive without regular testing.

youre significantly less likely to transmit it if you are vaccinated compared to if you arent. also harsin probably isnt vaccinated.
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(08-23-2021 11:07 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 10:05 AM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:12 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:06 AM)cidbearit Wrote:  For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.

THATS GREAT.

Hey look at a school that doesnt do that - i wonder how auburn is doing:

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...e-covid-19

Fellas is it bad to have your coach have to quarantine because he tested positive for covid?

Still able to catch covid after being vaccinated. Also as likely to pass it on as someone who is not vaccinated.
In Harsin's case,asymptomatic he would have not known he was positive without regular testing.

youre significantly less likely to transmit it if you are vaccinated compared to if you arent. also harsin probably isnt vaccinated.

According to the CDC's most recent data the viral load is
about the same between the two groups. Individuals with breakthrough infections, symptomatic or asymptomatic have the same probability as nonvaccinated.
(This post was last modified: 08-23-2021 12:48 PM by Boca Rocket.)
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(08-23-2021 12:38 PM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 11:07 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 10:05 AM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:12 AM)dansplaining Wrote:  
(08-23-2021 08:06 AM)cidbearit Wrote:  For those who don't get President Smith's email newsletter:

Mandatory vaccinations for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches

Today, we announced a mandatory vaccination requirement for students participating or working in intercollegiate athletics, marching band, cheer team, dance team, and for Athletics coaches. Individuals in these groups were informed about this earlier today, along with the specific process and timing schedules they are required to follow.

The nature of the activities involved in these groups (including close contact, maskless activity, and/or travel) creates a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, but that risk can be significantly reduced if individuals are vaccinated. That’s why many other universities in the Mid-American Conference, in the State of Michigan, and across the country, are also requiring students in similar programs to be vaccinated.

Fortunately, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and free. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to spread and evolve, and the nature of the activities identified above present a higher risk of exposure to this virus. This policy -- which is outlined in more detail below -- is designed to reflect these important distinctions.

The individuals who are covered by this policy must receive their first COVID-19 vaccination shot no later than Friday, September 3, 2021. Individuals who receive a two-shot vaccination series must receive their second shot and verify their vaccination status through the University’s COVID Vax Certification system no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.

Students (including Graduate Student Assistants, student employees, and interns) who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief may do so here.

Athletic coaches who are covered by this policy and wish to request an accommodation from vaccination due to medical reasons or a sincerely-held religious belief should contact University Human Resources at hr_benefits@emich.edu.

THATS GREAT.

Hey look at a school that doesnt do that - i wonder how auburn is doing:

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...e-covid-19

Fellas is it bad to have your coach have to quarantine because he tested positive for covid?

Still able to catch covid after being vaccinated. Also as likely to pass it on as someone who is not vaccinated.
In Harsin's case,asymptomatic he would have not known he was positive without regular testing.

youre significantly less likely to transmit it if you are vaccinated compared to if you arent. also harsin probably isnt vaccinated.

According to the CDC's most recent data the viral load is
about the same between the two groups. Individuals with breakthrough infections, symptomatic or asymptomatic have the same probability as nonvaccinated.

Rocket, I believe you are correct.

For the initial strain, the 2-shot dose basically stopped the person from transmitting the virus. That was a pleasant surprise.

That has changed with the delta variant.

It now seems, as you indicate, is that the vaccines (2 doses) protects against serious illness or death, but does not protect against transmission. Dr. Fauci has made statements about the virus of the nasopharynx of those vaccinated.

It is now, as a nun told my mother when she (my mother) was having me: "God helps those who help themselves." Must have been a bad delivery.

Here each person 12+ is responsible for protecting him or herself and not depend on others to not expose them to the virus.
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