12 Maryland Universities impose mandatory vaccination, join Nuremberg Code violators
As announced Friday by University System of Maryland (USM) Chancellor Jay A. Perman, students, faculty, and staff at its 12 institutions will be required to be vaccinated against the CCP virus to begin the fall semester, thus joining institutions that violate the Nuremberg Code, which establishes several international standards aimed at regulating human experimentation activities.
“I’m convinced that the risk of doing too little to contain COVID on campus this fall is far greater than the risk of doing too much. For this reason, I’m requiring that all eligible students, faculty, and staff who will be on our Maryland campuses this fall be vaccinated against COVID. Of course, we’ll comply with all federal and state laws in granting appropriate exemptions for medical or religious reasons,” he said in the Perman statement.