Will teacher vaccinations reopen schools? The short answer is ‘no’

The Madison school district is looking to go full-time, building on the success it’s had since October with elementary kids in school for half days, five days a week

One large group of high-risk workers recently added to the vaccine eligibility list was teachers. And while teachers feel relieved to get their shots, many say vaccinations are not the key to reopening schools. Correspondent Joanna Gagis reports.

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