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Students in Los Angeles will be required to get COVID vaccine before returning to school

In spite of having perhaps the strictest lockdown measures in the country, and one of the nation's most temperate climates, California has seen COVID-19 cases skyrocket, particularly of late. 

California public schools have lagged behind most of the rest of the country already in in-person learning, due largely to the influence of teachers' unions.learning has been so acute that even Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, a strong (if hypocritical) proponent of lockdown measures has publicly urged schools in his state to reopen as quickly as possible and even provided financial incentives to help schools modify their facilities as needed to make them safer for operation during the pandemic. Predictably, 

however, school districts and teachers' unions balked at the planIn spite of having perhaps the strictest lockdown measures in the country, and one of the nation's most temperate climates, California has seen COVID-19 cases skyrocket, particularly of late. California public schools have lagged behind most of the rest of the country already in in-person learning, due largely to the influence of teachers' unions.

In fact, California schools' recalcitrance to open for in-person learning has been so acute that even Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, a strong (if hypocritical) proponent of lockdown measures has publicly urged schools in his state to reopen as quickly as possible and even provided financial incentives to help schools modify their facilities as needed to make them safer for operation during the pandemic. Predictably, however, school districts and teachers' unions balked at the plan.

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