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No issues with COVID-19 vaccinations for C.O. educators

Deschutes County health officials say mass vaccination of teachers and school staff underway this weekend at the fairgrounds in Redmond have not had many issues.

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Noah Chast

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      1. Because she’s not eligible until February 7, unless she lives in a group home.

        Oregon has decided that healthy 20-something teachers, who likely would just catch the sniffles were they to get sick, are more important than 90 year old mothers.

        1. Since when are all teachers ‘20-something?’ Or the staff? And I thought it was over-the-top important that the schools open back up or don’t our children’s lives matter to you? And I guess you’re always are going to find those that have the nerve to cut in line.

    1. At the price of a dozen deaths of elderly people for every day their vaccinations are delayed, because young healthy teachers are considered more important by the State. The only State that is ignoring CDC guidance this way.

  1. I heard there was an elementary school PE teacher so sick he couldn’t go jump rope with the students after getting the first shot. He will be out another 2 weeks…..

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