Indiana University announced Tuesday it no longer will mandate proof of COVID-19 vaccination be provided to the school as a condition of enrollment or employment.
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Attorney General Todd Rokita says IU cannot require students, faculty or staff to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of attending or working at the school.
Nineteen House Republicans are asking Gov. Eric Holcomb to stop Indiana University from requiring all students, faculty and staff be immunized against COVID-19 prior to the start of the fall semester.
House Enrolled Act 1405 prohibits the state or a local government in Indiana from issuing any kind of immunization passport, or requiring one for any purpose.