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As HCPS Accelerates Elementary Students’ Return, Vaccinations for Secondary Teachers Canceled Due to Lack of Supply

February 4, 2021

Elementary school students can return to in-person learning two days a week beginning March 1 rather than one day per week, Harford County Public Schools announced on Wednesday—within the same hour that an estimated 2,000 HCPS employees across the county, including secondary educators, saw their COVID-19 vaccination appointments canceled by the Harford County Health Department due to lack of supply. In a revision to its Return to In-Person Learning Plan announced just after 4 p.m. Wednesday, elementary school students can opt to attend schools in-person two days per week March 1, with the school system eyeing an expansion to four days per week of in-person education by April 1.

Article Source: Dagger Press

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