Millions of more people in North Carolina will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine as part of the state’s Group 4 rollout. Billie Jean Shaw has details on who will be eligible and which counties in the Charlotte area will be opening appointments ahead of schedule.
Union County Public Schools became the latest district in the Charlotte region to announce its reopening plans, with all K-12 students resuming full-time, in-person learning on April 12. Richard DeVayne breaks down the board’s decision and how they reached the conclusion to get kids back in the classroom full-time instead of a hybrid plan.
The vaccine is still tough to come by but as more people are vaccinated, will it be legal for your boss to make you get the shot? Ben Thompson connects the dots on the legality of mandatory vaccinations at work.
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