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Yakima will host the state’s first federal mass vaccination site, in addition to mobile immunization units. The White House announced that it plans to administer 1,200 doses of COVID-19 daily for the six-week period beginning March 31. In central Washington, in addition to mobile units, there will be a vaccination station. State Fair Park.

King Constantine Chief Executive Officer Do Constantine announced his plans to fight racism through American Rescue Program money, epidemic legislation that provided billions of federal dollars to the state of Washington, including $ 437 million to King County. The first part of the funding, according to Kostandin, will be $ 5 million for community organizations, including multicultural media, a coalition of eight organizations that fight hatred bias.

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AP-NORC survey. Learning prevents parents from being overwhelmed

FILE - This December 3, 2020.  In the photo, students wearing face masks work on computers at Tibbals Elementary School in Murphy, Texas.  A new survey by the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago Assoc Associated Press-NORC Center for Social Research shows that most parents fear that their children will be out of school at home during an epidemic (AP Photo / LM Otero, File)
FILE – This December 3, 2020. In the photo, students wearing face masks work on computers at Tibbals Elementary School in Murphy, Texas. A new survey by the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago Assoc Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Research finds that most parents fear that their children will drop out of school at home during the epidemic (AP Photo / LM Otero, File)

In the United States, parents are opposed to reopening schools. Many are at least somewhat concerned that returning to class will lead to more coronavirus cases, but there is a deeper fear that their children will miss school at home.

Sixty-nine percent of Chicagoers are at least somewhat concerned about their children falling behind in school due to the coronavirus epidemic, including 42% who say they are very or extremely concerned about it, according to a new University of Chicago study. survey: Harris School of Public Policy Assoc Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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– The Associated Press

Oregon college students, dissatisfied with online tuition, sue to get their money back

Three students have filed class-action lawsuits against two of Oregon’s largest colleges, claiming they are charged for lower quality online classes than in person.

When the University of Oregon և Oregon State University closed their universities due to the coronavirus epidemic, they did not offer to reimburse student tuition fees, according to The Oregonian / OregonLive.

The University of Oregon says on its website that it can no longer reduce tuition fees to provide quality education in the future. The universities agreed to reimburse part of their room: board.

“We believe that the University of Oregon continues to unfairly charge tuition fees for all that did not allow them to try to use COVID-19 during the closing of the university and take online classes,” said Steve Berman, Higgins Berman, a student’s lawyer.

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– The Associated Press

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