‘It’s been scary’: getting vaccinated akin to lottery for US teachers

For many American teachers, access to the vaccine seems to depend less on what they do as a frontline educator and more on where they do it

Carron Johnson, an instructional care aide in St Louis, Missouri, knows exactly how important her job is in an American school.

She is currently working in a hybrid model of remote and in-person learning along with other teachers in the St Louis public schools district despite ongoing fears posed by the coronavirus pandemic that has shuttered many schools across the US and thrown the entire education system into chaos.

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