Do you agree with the decision not to include teachers as a priority class in the next phase of the state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan?

THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION will no longer hold back required second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, practically doubling supply and said that states should immediately start vaccinating other groups lower down the priority scale, including people age 65 and older, and younger people with certain health problems. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE VIA AP
STATE HEALTH officials said people ages 65 to 74 could begin to receive their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine in February, but teachers are not being set aside as a special class in Phase 2 of the state’s distribution plan. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE VIA AP
Groups representing teachers and other education professionals were among those lobbying for priority consideration in the next phase of the state's COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. Lt. Gov. Daniel J. McKee, who will become governor once Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's nomination as the next U.S. secretary of commerce is approved, is among those who agreed they…

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