The first round of Pfizer vaccines arrived in California on Monday. The state’s vaccine plan prioritizes frontline medical workers, seniors in long-term care facilities, and those directly exposed to COVID-19. Other front line workers, including teachers, are expected to get theirs soon afterward.
Will vaccinating teachers mean in-person classes can restart?
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Teachers will get COVID vaccines soon. Does that mean in-person classes can resume?
Today Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a plan to make sure COVID-19 vaccines are distributed equitably across the state.
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