>>Teacher Vaccination Campaign Ahead Of Schedule
(Harrisburg, PA) -- Pennsylvania's effort to get all school teachers and staff vaccinated from COVID-19 is making progress. Governor Tom Wolf says they're almost two weeks ahead of schedule, meaning that all educators and school staff that want the vaccine will have gotten their shots by the end of this month. This also means more schools may start offering in-person classes soon. Once teachers are vaccinated, the state is planning on using Johnson and Johnson vaccine allotments to vaccinate first responders and frontline essential workers.