Santa Barbara County’s Public Health school liaison, Susan K. Rothschild, has stated that the vaccine supply is very limited in Santa Barbara County, according to a report by Carpinteria Unified School District Superintendent Diana Rigby. Rothschild said she cannot predict the timeline for vaccine availability for local educators.

Santa Barbara County superintendents representing 26 different school districts have sent a letter to Governor Newsom requesting priority for “this critical group of public servants,” and CUSD will continue to advocate for vaccination priority for educators and childcare workers, noted Rigby.

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