By: KDKA-TV News Staff

STATE COLLEGE (KDKA) – Penn State has come out and said they do not plan on extending their COVID-19 vaccination mandate to the student body.

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Penn State leaders also said they do not believe they will expand vaccination requirements to other campuses.

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Currently, Altoona, Behrend, Brandywine, Dubois, Fayette, and Harrisburg campuses all have a vaccination mandate for employees due to President Joe Biden’s executive order for federal contractors.

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Branches in western Pennsylvania are not included in that mandate.