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COVID-19 vaccine: Tulsa sites that have it on hand

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Tulsa: 1. 444 S Sheridan Rd 918-835-9577; 2. 6342 E Admiral Pl N (918) 836-1715; 3. 10101 S Memorial Dr (918) 369-4911; 4. 4107 S Harvard Ave (918) 747-6690; 5. 2110 S Harvard Ave (918) 749-5438; 6. 7041 S
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All 4 U.S. military branches set deadlines for COVID-19 vaccinations

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — All four U.S. military branches now have set deadlines for COVID-19 vaccinations. The deadline for Air Force active duty service members is November 2. Air Force National Guard and Air Force Reserve personnel need to be vaccinated by December 2. Navy and Marine Corps active duty...
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Religious exemption requests grow as vaccine mandates rise

About 3,000 Los Angeles Police Department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of the required COVID-19 vaccination. In Washington state, hundreds of state workers are seeking similar exemptions. And an Arkansas hospital has been swamped with so many such requests from employees that it is apparently calling their bluff.
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Tulsa Health Department provides guidance to replace missing COVID vaccination card

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Health Department is providing guidance for those who've lost their COVID vaccination cards. The THD replacements only apply to vaccines entered in the Oklahoma State Immunization Information System, which doesn't include all doses administered by federal and tribal entities. If you received the vaccine at a tribal facility, health officials say you can contact the facility and request that your information be registered with THD.
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Tulsa focuses on vaccines, not mask mandates, according to city councilor

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — This time last year the city of Tulsa extended its mask mandate to include children, but instead of requiring masks now, city officials are focusing on vaccinations. Tulsa City Councilor Phil Lakin, Jr. said they consider science and data when looking at mask mandates, and health...
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Tulsa OB-GYN Urging Patients To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Some doctors in Tulsa are urging pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine. One OB-GYN said the best time to get the vaccine is when a woman learns she is pregnant. She said do not wait until after your baby is born. “It’s tragic to bring a new baby into...
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Mask and vaccine mandate debate rages on

The Delta variant has brought on a new wave of mandates and countermandates, and TU is stuck in the middle. On May 28, Governor Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 658. The new law banned the creation of any mask mandates in public schools throughout the state of Oklahoma without declaration of a state of emergency, which Stitt said he will not declare. Governor Stitt explained the rationale behind the bill as “parents should make the choice.
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THD Encourages COVID-19 Vaccinations

As we have done since the start of the pandemic, we rely heavily on the guidance from our local healthcare leaders to make informed decisions to protect our neighbors. Tulsa’s data and data from across the United States verifies that vaccination is key in helping prevent serious illness and death from COVID-19. The expression I’ve heard time and time again from our local healthcare leaders is that COVID-19 has become a pandemic of the unvaccinated.
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Body STILLWATER, Okla. – Since March 2020, it’s impossible to calculate the loss of life and productivity as well as societal damage caused by COVID. A vaccine is the world’s best hope for preventing deaths and staffing hospitals while helping people return to work and school. Widespread infections of severe...
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Coronavirus: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame requiring proof of vaccination for ceremony

CLEVELAND — The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced Thursday that all fans attending this year’s induction ceremony must show proof of vaccination or a negative test. Attendees must show that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a negative test within 48 hours of the show -- along with identification matching the required documentation, The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported.
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