COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to expand to 941K more Ohioans (Dayton Daily News)

By: Kaitlin Schroeder Dayton Daily News Access article


Shannon Jones, with Groundwork Ohio, which advocates for child care and other early

childhood programs, noted that a high percent of child care workers are women of color

so making child care workers eligible for vaccines is an equity issue.


"Our early educators, they've been working to keep the economy moving this entire time. They are essential workers and they take care of the kids of essential workers and it’s high

time that they are protected,” Jones said.


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