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Reed district schools must require vaccine status from staff, students

Staff and students ages 12 and older in the Reed Union School District will be required to verify their COVID-19 vaccination status when they return to campuses next week.

Under updated guidelines from Marin County Public Health, staff at all county schools must submit proof of vaccination or undergo weekly coronavirus testing. Students who are eligible to receive the vaccine — those over age 12 — must also disclose their vaccination status, but unvaccinated students won’t need to submit to regular testing.

Schools will be required to post their staff and student COVID-19 inoculation rates on their websites by Oct. 1, and those numbers must be updated at least monthly; individual vaccination data will not be made public, county Deputy Public Health Officer Dr. Lisa Santora said last week at a webinar for school administrators and staffers.

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