Kimberly Jenkins, Portsmouth Daily Times |
“What the Governor charged the ESC’s with was to provide him with information regarding partners with each district,” Sandy Mers, The South Central Educational Service Center Superintendent said.
“My take on it, was to help alleviate congestion so the health department could focus on nonschool employees, like the elderly. What we had to do was contact each district and match them up with partners in our area, it had to be approved vaccination administrators, CVS, Walgreens, Fitzgerald Pharmacy (Adams Co.) and Scioto Advantage. Some of our districts have already established a plan.”