Judge Upholds Creighton’s Vaccine Mandate For Students


    A judge has refused to block Creighton University’s requirement that all students get vaccinated against COVID-19.

       A handful of students at the Catholic university had sued, saying getting the shots would violate their religious beliefs against abortion because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses. 

      The Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren’t available. 

       The students’ attorney didn’t immediately respond to questions on Monday, so it wasn’t clear if they will continue to press the lawsuit.