R.I. calls on schools with 20% or less vaccinated to hold clinics

SCHOOLS IN RHODE ISLAND with a less than 20% vaccination rate for COVID-19 among students are being asked by the state to hold COVID-19 vaccination clinics. This was announced at a COVID-19 update held by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022. / SCREENSHOT FROM WPRI
SCHOOLS IN RHODE ISLAND with a less than 20% vaccination rate for COVID-19 among students are being asked by the state to hold COVID-19 vaccination clinics. This was announced at a COVID-19 update held by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022. / SCREENSHOT FROM WPRI
PROVIDENCE – As Gov. Daniel J. McKee is pushing for increased COVID-19 vaccination among children, especially in cities where inoculation rates are relatively low, the Rhode Island Department of Education said it doesn’t have any benchmarks for when it will ease the local mask mandate that’s being imposed on students in Providence Public Schools. “We’re…

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