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Getting the shot: School employees eager to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Sharon Shafran, left, support service secretary at Earle Jamieson Educational Options, looks off as she receives her first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from Nevada County Superintendent of Schools School Health Coordinator Sharyn Turner. Shafran got her shot during day one of a three-day schoolwide vaccination effort at Nevada Union High School.
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A Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is prepared Wednesday at Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley, where 1,004 county school staff planned to get vaccinated.
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Pleasant Ridge School Nurse Gina Shield administers a coronavirus vaccine Wednesday to a school employee on the gymnasium floor at Nevada Union High School, where 1,004 vaccines are planned to be administered over three days.
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After receiving the inoculation, school employees wait in an area of the gym for 15 minutes to be monitored for potential side effects.
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Nevada Union High School’s West Gymnasium served as the location for the administering of 1,004 vaccines to school personnel during a three-day period this week.
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Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Scott Lay jokes with school staff as they wait in line to get their coronavirus vaccines Wednesday at Nevada Union High School.
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A batch of COVID-19 vaccines wait to be administered Wednesday at Nevada Union High School.
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A sign asks those getting vaccinated to keep 6 feet apart during the vaccination event at Nevada Union High School this week.
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Nevada County school personnel wait in a line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine this week at Nevada Union High School.
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