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Religious Exemptions To Vaccines: Who Wants Them And What's Legal

Religious Exemptions To Vaccines: Who Wants Them And What's Legal

Update: 2021-09-271
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Some city and state workers around the country have already begun to resist workplace vaccination rules on religious grounds. Soon those rules will be the norm in the private sector too, with the Biden administration's announcement this month that businesses with 100 or more employees must require those employees to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing.

NPR correspondents Andrea Hsu and Shannon Bond explain what the law says about religious exemptions to vaccine rules in the workplace.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

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Religious Exemptions To Vaccines: Who Wants Them And What's Legal

Religious Exemptions To Vaccines: Who Wants Them And What's Legal

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