Pritzker reaches agreement with teachers unions on COVID sick days

1/25/2022 7:20:00 AM

Gov. Pritzker vetoed legislation Monday that would have guaranteed sick days for teachers and school employees with COVID-19.

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Gov. Pritzker vetoed legislation Monday that would have guaranteed sick days for teachers and school employees with COVID-19.

Gov. Pritzker vetoed legislation Monday that would have guaranteed sick days for teachers and school employees with COVID-19.

Gov. Pritzkervetoed legislation Monday that would have guaranteed sick days for teachers and school employees with COVID-19.Pritzker said he instead came to an agreement with teachers unions to limit compensation for workers who are fully vaccinated.The protection bill passed in Springfield in October, but stalled over concerns that it would give people incentive to avoid getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Gov. Pritzker vetoed legislation Monday that would have guaranteed sick days for teachers and school employees with COVID-19.9% of Ohioans age 5 and up. Pritzker said he instead came to an agreement with teachers unions to limit compensation for workers who are fully vaccinated. Also starting Monday, children between ages 12-17 will be eligible for a booster shot. The protection bill passed in Springfield in October, but stalled over concerns that it would give people incentive to avoid getting the COVID-19 vaccine. And there have been 55,481 hospitalized Ohioans who were not fully vaccinated, and 3,372 fully vaccinated people hospitalized. Advertisement . READ MORE: Snow, Black Ice Cause Multi-Vehicle Pile Up On Interstate 90 All departments and Driver Services facilities had been closed since Jan.