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Hurley teachers start receiving vaccinations

 

March 6, 2021

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Kevin Genisot, administrator of Hurley Public School District, receives a COVID-19 vaccination on Thursday from Zona Wick, a registered nurse and former health officer for the Iron County Health Department. School teachers and childcare providers were among the several people scheduled for vaccinations Thursday at the Memorial Building in Hurley. ICHD Health Officer Katie Hampston is seen between them.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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HURLEY - A vaccination a day may keep COVID-19 away as Hurley and Mercer educators and childcare providers started receiving vaccinations this week from the Iron County Health Department.

Kevin Genisot, administrator of Hurley Public School District, said he was among the teachers scheduled to receive shots on Thursday afternoon at the Memorial Building. The Hurley School District has 95 employees to include substitutes, full and part-time staff, and board members, he said.

The Thursday teacher vaccinations resulted in around 78 of the 95 emplo...



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