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Clinton-Massie eyes upcoming vaccine for staff

Gary Huffenberger, Wilmington News-Journal |

About 1 in 5 Clinton-Massie staffers (22 percent) do not plan to get a COVID vaccine when they become eligible for one in early February, according to a district survey.

In the anonymous survey about 45 percent of staff said they definitely will be vaccinated; and about 33 percent said they are “kind of thinking about it, on the fence a little bit,” said Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker at Monday night’s school board meeting.

The superintendent said CM has been asked to prioritize high-risk groups among district staffers so that they can be at the head of the line.

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