WLWT Digital Staff
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A bill prohibiting public schools and colleges in Ohio from requiring individuals to receive vaccines not granted full approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration goes into effect Wednesday.
The bill also prohibits individuals who don’t receive emergency use vaccines from being denied the chance to participate in school activities such as sports.
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