Harald Schmidt

Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania

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As of this week, teachers are eligible to be vaccinated. The state is setting aside 10% of its supply for teachers.

Reserving a portion of COVID vaccines for hard-hit communities, and promoting equity in public health

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