Georgetown University Requires Students, But Not Professors, to Wear Masks in Class — These Students Will Tell You Why

Why does Georgetown University require students, but not faculty, to wear masks in class? Why is the mask charade still going on, anyway?

Georgetown students Jessica Costescu and Katelyn Rickert recently appeared on Fox News to discuss the matter. They’re also correspondents at Campus Reform.

Rickert said students don’t have to wear masks anywhere else but the classroom. Students take their masks off as soon as they leave classes. What’s the point of the mandate then?

Host Katie Pavlich said this seems like a punishment.

Costescu said Georgetown probably requires this “for the sake of optics.” Follow the science, indeed! Even the CDC has eased up: “People may choose to wear a mask at any time.”

Watch the full interview below.

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