Cranston oral surgeon sues McKee, RIDOH director over vaccine mandate

CRANSTON ORAL SURGEON Stephen Skoly, who made headlines last year for refusing to get vaccinated for COVID-19, has filed a federal lawsuit against Gov. Daniel J. McKee and Dr. James McDonald, interim director of the Department of Health. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND CENTER FOR FREEDOM AND PROSPERITY
CRANSTON ORAL SURGEON Stephen Skoly, who made headlines last year for refusing to get vaccinated for COVID-19, has filed a federal lawsuit against Gov. Daniel J. McKee and Dr. James McDonald, interim director of the Department of Health. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND CENTER FOR FREEDOM AND PROSPERITY
PROVIDENCE – A Cranston oral surgeon who defied Rhode Island’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers is now suing the governor and his top public health official. Dr. Stephen Skoly, who made headlines last fall for refusing to get vaccinated ahead of the state’s implementation of a mandate for health care workers, filed a…

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