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This Louisville health system just became Kentucky’s first to require COVID-19 vaccine

U of L Health

Deborah Yetter

Louisville Courier Journal

U of L Health announced Wednesday it will require COVID-19 vaccines for all its workers by Sept. 1, becoming the first major health care system in Kentucky to declare it will make the vaccine mandatory.

“We believe it’s time to step up and actually require the vaccine among all of our health care workers,” Tom Miller, CEO of U of L Health, said at a news…

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