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Oklahoma Agencies Barred from Vaccination, Mask Mandates

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma state agencies will be barred from requiring a mask or coronavirus vaccination as a condition of being allowed to enter a state building or office under an executive order signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt.

“It is time to return to normal,” Stitt said in a statement after signing the order Friday. It takes effect Tuesday.

The order does not apply in medical settings with patients.

Stitt refused to issue a statewide mask mandate, but in November required masks to be worn inside state buildings, an order that was lifted in March.

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