A nurse is vaccinated against the coronavirus at the University Hospital in Halle/Saale (UKH) by Professor Thomas Moesta, Medical Director of the UKH. (Photo by Hendrik Schmidt/picture alliance via Getty Images)
CHICAGO - Chicago Public Schools is planning to expand vaccinations to older high school students.
Details on how the vaccine would be administered and when they would start were not given at a Board of Education meeting Wednesday night.
CPS officials say students 16 years of age and older would be eligible.
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All CPS employees are currently eligible to receive the vaccine at one of four different vaccination sites.