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Booster Clinics Offered For County Education Staff

COVID booster clinics are being offered for Nevada County teachers and staff. It’s two four-hour sessions at Nevada Union High School, with the first one offered on Wednesday and one more scheduled for later Thursday, from three to seven pm. County Superintendent of Schools, Scott Lay, says signups were taken in advance, to make sure there was an adequate number of doses. And he says around 600 are getting them, which is about 70-percent of total staff. Some had already received boosters before the clinics…

click to listen to Scott Lay

The clinics are happening, as California’s first COVID case with the Omicron variant was reported on Wednesday. Lay says no change in classroom mandates are expected at this time…

click to listen to Scott Lay

Lay says since a case surge at Nevada Union High School, at the beginning of the school year, when classroom learning returned, the infection rate has remained significantly lower.

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