Za’Quan Daniels, 9, works on reading during his third-grade class at Patterson Elementary School in Southwest Washington on Feb. 26. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Washington Post)
The uneven reopening is driven by demand and staffing, school system officials say.
The return of the one-shot vaccine will probably be accompanied by restrictions or warnings, he said.
Officials warn that the falsified cards could endanger lives and undermine efforts to end the pandemic.
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