K-State president would favor university COVID-19 vaccine mandate, if Kansas law allowed

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Kansas State University has not implemented a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, but that is likely only because Kansas legislative policy prevents the university from doing so.
K-State president Richard Myers says if university administration could implement a vaccine mandate, it would.
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Despite the lack of COVID-19 vaccine requirements at K-State, Myers says over 80 percent of students have received at least one dose.
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The overall vaccination rate for the university, which includes faculty and staff in addition to students, is lower.
As of Aug. 13, Lafene Health Center had distributed over 7,500 COVID-19 vaccinations.
Myers says incentives for getting the vaccine will be announced in the near future.
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