Michigan Daily: Over 700 UMich students send open letter advocating for fully in-person semester amid calls to modify plans

Michigan Daily: Over 700 UMich students send open letter advocating for fully in-person semester amid calls to modify plans. “Over 700 University of Michigan students have penned an open letter calling for the University to keep its plan for the Winter 2022 semester – which includes a face covering mandate, mandatory COVID-19 booster shots, and primarily in-person classes. The letter, dated Dec. 22, comes after over 900 members of the University community wrote an open letter to University President Mark Schlissel to delay in-person learning in response to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19. ”

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