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McKee: Teachers should get vaccine before others in Rhode Island – WPRI.com

Rhode Island’s incoming governor is publicly disagreeing with his predecessor’s administration about vaccine prioritization.

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CUMBERLAND, R.I. (WPRI) Rhode Island governor-in-waiting Dan McKee is publicly disagreeing with the Raimondo administration’s vaccine rollout strategy, saying Saturday that teachers need to be prioritized over others.
The Democratic lieutenant governor — who is slated to ascend to the states top office once Gov. Gina Raimondo is confirmed as U.S. commerce secretary — met with reporters outside his Cumberland home to express displeasure with the current prioritization plan.
“We need to really move…

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