As we reported yesterday, (Tuesday, August 31, 2021), Stockton University has achieved a 100 percent success rate regarding its 9,300 students being fully vaccinated or medically or religiously exempted from the COVID-19 vaccine.

Stockton University has also achieved very high vaccination rates with their various collective bargaining units.

This obviously means that there are a certain number who are not vaccinated.

To address the unvaccinated, Stockton has implemented a temperature scanning and testing facility (pictured below).

Harvey Kesselman - Stockton University photo

This facility has been located in a secluded area, so as to give as much privacy as possible to those who are unvaccinated.

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The “price” for being unvaccinated will be the requirement of 5 COVID-19 tests per-week for staff and 2 COVID-19 tests per-week for students.

All of the unvaccinated will have to go through the temperature screening process each day. Their ID’s will be scanned and recorded.

Dr. Harvey Kesselman, President of Stockton University appeared live on WPG Talk Radio 95.5 on the “Hurley in the Morning” program from 7:05 a.m. to 7:35 a.m. today, Wednesday, September 1, 2021.

Dr. Kesselman shared a lot of important content and also shined the spotlight on his various team members (Susan Davenport, Scott Houston and others) who directly assisted in achieving such a high vaccination rate.

You can listen to the entire interview directly from WPG Talk Radio smartphone app, just press the second button (titled) WPG On Demand and press on the “Hurley in the Morning” podcast.

Dr. Kesselman outlined (on-air) in detail what happens next if someone presents with an elevated temperature upon scanning. COVID-19 rapid and lab testing protocols are immediately implemented.

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