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Portland School District Recommending Six-Month Pause Before Vaccine Mandate Decision

(Portland, OR) -- Portland School District staff will recommend this week that the school board wait six months to decide whether a COVID-19 vaccine mandate is necessary. They say case numbers are declining and three out of four students ages 12 to 17 are vaccinated. There has also been a large number of families with kids ages 5 to 11 who are getting students vaccinated. Tuesday night, the school board will continue to discuss the vaccination requirement, but they're not expected to make a decision.

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