Bloomberg Law
Aug. 4, 2021, 1:52 PM

George Mason University Law Professor Challenges Covid-19 Policy

Brian Flood
Brian Flood
Legal Reporter

A George Mason University law professor is challenging in federal court the school’s policy for the upcoming fall semester requiring unvaccinated faculty and staff members to wear masks on campus, physically distance, and undergo frequent Covid-19 testing.

Todd Zywicki says the measures are unjustified for employees like himself who’ve already contracted and recovered from the disease.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people get vaccinated even if they’ve already recovered from Covid, because health experts don’t yet know how long after recovering someone is protected from getting sick again.

GMU threatened disciplinary action including termination for ...

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