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Howard superintendent: School staff COVID-19 vaccinations not a ‘prerequisite’ for return of in-person learning

January 29, 2021

Howard County schools Superintendent Michael Martirano said Thursday that all system staff being vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be a “prerequisite” to return to a hybrid form of in-person learning on March 1. During a joint news conference with other county leaders Thursday at Marriotts Ridge High School, Martirano reiterated what he and others — such as Dr. Maura Rossman, Howard County’s health officer, and Dr. Jinlene Chan, Maryland’s acting deputy secretary for public health — have said the past week.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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