Michigan State University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate will stand after a federal judge ruled against an employee who argued her natural immunity should exempt her. Jeanna Norris, a MSU administrative associate and fiscal officer, sued President Samuel Stanley and the university’s Board of Trustees in late August in the U.S. District Court’s western division of Michigan, saying she has received medical advice from her immunologist that she doesn’t need vaccination due to her “natural immunity.”

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