The City of Oak Ridge does not currently require its employees or residents to be vaccinated against COVID-19 under a state law passed this year, a municipal attorney said Tuesday.
But it’s not clear if that state law could be in conflict with a vaccination or testing mandate that President Joe Biden announced this month.
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