Philosophy Grad Programs and the GRE, 2021-22 Application Cycle

The discussion regarding the previous cycle is here. See also the list compiled by Frederick Choo (Nanyang Tech) of schools not requiring the GRE as part of their admissions process for 2021 admittees.
It would be useful to hear both about programs that will not be requiring the GREs this time around, and also about programs that had previously lifted but are now reinstating their GRE requirements. Thank you.
I was wondering if you might ask readers who teach in PhD programs to comment saying whether their programs will be requiring GRE scores from applicants during this coming admissions cycle (Dec/Jan due dates). It would be great to have this information for my students who will be applying.
Several philosophy graduate programs had previously announced that they were either permanently, or temporarily owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, no longer requiring applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores. What about for this coming application cycle, for admission in 2022?
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This post is prompted by an inquiry from a philosophy professor looking to advise her students: