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AFT Calls For Schools To Fully Reopen This FallThe head of one of the country's largest teachers' unions says kids need to be back in classrooms come fall.
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CDC Eases Mask-Wearing Guidance For Fully Vaccinated AmericansThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday that fully vaccinated Americans can now go maskless indoors in most situations; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
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