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COVID vaccine urged by Oklahoma City Council members as cases rise – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-07-25 13:48:47 –

The city council meeting on Tuesday was the first meeting to remove the glass barrier that separates the councilors, drawing both praise and criticism from the council.

Mayor Craig Freeman said in an email to city council members that the change was part of a rollback of certain COVID-19 mitigations. Freeman also said in an email to District 6 Congressman Jobes Hamon that he had not discussed the change with the Oklahoma City County Health Department.

“While opening the building, I tried to slowly transition to change, which was another step in the council’s meeting room,” Freeman said in an email to Hamon.

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Freeman did not respond to Oklahoman’s request for comment by the publication time.

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