Council President issues statement on partnership between city schools and Johns Hopkins Medicine to vaccinate educators
BALTIMORE, MD (Monday, January 18, 2021) — City Council President Nick J. Mosby issued the following statement on the partnership between Baltimore City Public Schools and Johns Hopkins Medicine to vaccinate educators and school support staff:
"The partnership between Baltimore City Public Schools and Johns Hopkins Medicine to provide our educators and school staff with the life-saving vaccine is a tremendous example of what we can accomplish when we work together,” City Council President Nick J. Mosby said. “And there is no more noble cause than to keep the heroes who work in our schools safe while they teach, protect and nurture our children.
“While I do hear and understand our educators who are scared of the vaccine and a return to the classroom, it is my sincere hope and expectation that this partnership can help alleviate their anxiety and work through their very real fears.
“This pandemic has dealt us so many devastating blows; it is important to acknowledge the victories. This collaboration and the results it will provide to our weary city is cause for celebration. This gets us one step closer to our children’s safe return to the classroom.”
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