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Two Gloucester school sites could host mass vaccinations

The Gloucester County School Board has agreed to enter into a memorandum of agreement with the Three Rivers Health District to allow two school properties to be added to the list of local potential COVID-19 vaccination sites.

The board was unanimous in agreeing to the MOA during its Feb. 9 meeting at the T.C. Walker Education Center. This will allow the health district to utilize the former Page Middle School site on Route 17 and Gloucester High School parking areas for drive-thru vaccination clinics.

School division operations director Bryan Hartley said GHS would only be used as a clinic site when school is not in session. He also said that, due to a vaccination shortage, no dates were yet provided for possible clinics.

In an update on school employee COVID-19 vaccinations, school division nursing director Lisa Jones told the board that 474 division employees have taken advantage of 475 vaccines made available to them over the course of four recent clinics at Riverside Walt...

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