State addressing vaccine challenges for children ahead of school year

STATE OFFICIALS are determining plans for the upcoming school year for both vaccinations and creating healthy environments in school in case vaccines for younger children are not available by the fall. AP FILE PHOTO/TED S. WARREN
STATE OFFICIALS are determining plans for the upcoming school year for both vaccinations and creating healthy environments in schools in case vaccines for younger children are not approved by the fall. / AP FILE PHOTO/TED S. WARREN
PROVIDENCE – While children across Rhode Island are enjoying summer vacation after a very unique academic year, the state is working against the clock to prepare for a return to in-person learning in local schools and having a healthy environment for students. Throughout the 2020-21 academic year, public school districts had to juggle between in-person,…

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