If the supply chain cooperates, all public and private school employees who want a COVID-19 vaccine will begin receiving the shot within the next four to six weeks, State Superintendent Chris Reykdal said Friday.
“This will expedite vaccines when the time comes,” Reykdal said during a joint news conference with Susan Mullaney, president of Kaiser Permanente.
Under the “Get Ready Plan,” up to five Kaiser Permanente locations in Spokane will be made capable of offering vaccination to school employees.
Together with sites in the Puget Sound and other regions, upwards of 80% of employees statewide are expected to have easy access to the vaccines.
OSPI and Kaiser are currently
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