According to an email sent to all students at the University of New Mexico, students are threatened with immediate expulsion if they do not get forcibly jabbed with the COVID-19 inoculation.
“The consequences for failing to comply with the Administrative Mandate on Required COVID-19 Vaccination are disenrollment from the University and a registration hold,” the email, which was sent by associate provost for student success Dr. Pamela Cheek said.
“Students have until September 30, 2021, to comply with the mandate. Students who have not complied with the mandate will receive notice of pending disenrollment and registration hold beginning October 1, 2021 and will receive notice of finalized disenrollment on or after November 5, 2021.”
Cheek adds, “To be fully vaccinated by September 30, 2021, students will want to receive their first dose of two-dose vaccinations no later than September 9, 2021. UNM is offering the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at its vaccination clinics in the Student Union Building atrium weekdays from 10am – 2pm throughout the month of September.”
“COVID-19 vaccination is also available at a variety of New Mexico locations and may be scheduled through the NMDOH vaccination website.”
The forcible inoculation of students at UNM is just one of the many harsh penalties installed in New Mexico, most of them being attributed to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who has reimposed a strict indoor mask mandate, forced the vaccination of medical workers, and is making children wear masks all day at school, among other things.