Ohio Gov. Says Schools that Don't Reopen Soon May Not Get Vaccines
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- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Friday rebuked school officials in Akron and Cincinnati for reneging on their initial commitment to reopen in-person learning by March 1
- The Republican governor was upset to learn that Akron students were not slated to reopen until mid-March over concerns of spreading the coronavirus
- The Governor said schools that had initially made commitments to reopen but choose not to, may not get the vaccines allocated to them
- DeWine said the vaccines will be re-allocated to schools or other people that are eligible
- He also said if Cleveland Schools will not reopen by March 1 as scheduled, the vaccinations going on for teachers there would be halted