UMS announces COVID-19 vaccine requirements for fall 2022 – NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH

“Currently improving conditions of the COVID pandemic are encouraging, but we are not out of the woods just yet,” UMS Chancellor Dannel Malloy said in the release. “Getting vaccinated and, when eligible, boosted remain the best defenses against the disease. Currently, 97.7% of our residential students and 95.9% of our nonresidential students are already in compliance with our COVID guidance for fall. I’m thankful for our students’ dedication to their own health and safety and the welfare of everyone across our university communities.”