Pennsylvania unveils mass vaccination plan for educators

Starting March 10, roughly 200,000 educators and support staff can receive the COVID-19 vaccine through the Pennsylvania’s newest mass immunization plan.

Gov. Tom Wolf and the state’s vaccine task force said Wednesday that Pennsylvania’s first 94,600 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine will be prioritized for teachers, administrators, bus drivers and other school support staff so that in-person instruction can resume full-time across the state.

A pharmacy partnership will earmark another 30,000 doses for the program, meaning a majority of workers could return to the classroom by the end of the month, Wolf said.

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