The UC and Cal State college systems say they plan to require students and faculty to get COVID-19 vaccines before returning to campus this fall — but that’s only after the FDA approves the vaccines (on a nonemergency-use basis) and supplies are sufficient. Meanwhile, private businesses can also require employees and customers to be vaccinated, according to law professor Dorit Reiss.
Whether schools and businesses can require COVID-19 vaccinations
From this Episode:
California public schools have 160,000 fewer students enrolled. What does that mean for their future?
In-person education has resumed in many California districts.
Can schools and businesses require COVID-19 vaccinations?
Private businesses can require employees and customers to be vaccinated, according to law professor Dorit Reiss.
Creating tiny homes for unhoused Angelenos: Moral, financial and aesthetic questions
In Los Angeles County, more than 66,000 people live on the streets, in their cars, or in shelters. One idea to house people quickly is to build temporary shelters out of...
‘Mortal Kombat’ takes itself too seriously but fans of the 1995 film will enjoy, says critic
Critics review the new “Mortal Kombat,” based on the 1990s video game featuring Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden, and Sonya Blade; “Together Together,” starring Ed Helms as a...