Indiana University is changing its vaccination policy after receiving backlash from state lawmakers about the newly announced requirement.
The Univesity will now give students and employees an option when it comes to providing proof of COVID-19 vaccinations.
They will now be able to attest to getting the vaccine without providing documentation.
There will also be a form available as early as today, for those requesting exemptions from the vaccine requirements for medical or religious reasons.
Recently Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita had joined 20 Hoosier State lawmakers questioning the legality of the university's previous plan to make the shots mandatory ahead of the fall 2021 semester.