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A nurse prepares a Moderna vaccination at a Columbus vaccine clinic.
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Ohio Public Radio
A nurse prepares a Moderna vaccination at a Columbus vaccine clinic.

Ohio Gov. DeWine last week threatened to cut off COVID-19 vaccines to teachers and staff if schools renege on a pledge to return to in-person learning by March 1.

Teachers and staff across the state were able to jump ahead of others in the vaccination line in order to meet the governor's deadline.

At a Friday night press conference, DeWine singled out public schools in Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati, although most school districts plan to comply with the governor’s deadline.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the race to get kids back in school, a significant undercount in COVID-19 deaths results in a resignation and reassignment and former Ohio treasurer Josh Mandel will run for U.S. Senate.

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