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NEWTOWN, Pa., Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- School districts have taken steps to ensure a safe and healthy return to the classroom, but health concerns remain. The Delta variant continues to spread, and many adolescents are not vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, many students have fallen behind on routine vaccinations during the pandemic, leaving adolescents vulnerable to vaccine-preventable diseases. Schools and school districts have worked tirelessly to protect students from serious illnesses. The question is -- what are they doing?

COVID-19 vaccination rates in Clinton and Jackson counties continue to edge up, as a new study from the University of Iowa showed that the virus is hitting rural communities much harder than metropolitan areas right now. 

Flu season is almost here. UPMC Cole is offering free walk-in clinics for flu vaccinations as well as vaccinations by appointment starting Fri…