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News: Thursday, Feb. 11

Rep. Madeleine Dean in Congress on Jan. 4. (Source:

Rep. Madeleine Dean in Congress on Jan. 4. (Source:
Rep. Madeleine Dean in Congress on Jan. 4. (Source:


Job recruitment begins for Lancaster County's planned mass vaccination site: Independent staffing agency TriStarr is looking to hire at least 200 people for both clinical and non-clinical positions to keep up with the goal of vaccinating 6,000 people per day. (Source: LNP)

Pa. allotment of Covid-19 vaccines rising, but still not enough: State health officials said Wednesday that the state's weekly allotment of vaccines has risen to more than 175,000, which is still far from meeting demand. (Source: WGAL) Additionally, Lancaster County was not included in the first wave of federally-pushed vaccine shipments. (Source: LNP)

Two campuses in the School District of Lancaster move to temporary remote learning: Wheatland Elementary School will be remote due to staffing shortages through Wednesday, Feb. 17. (Source: WGAL) McCaskey High School will also be virtual Thursday and Friday so the school can be cleaned following its seventh Covid-19 case in 14 days. (Source: SDL)

Pa. congresswoman kicks off cases against Donald Trump in second day of impeachment trial: Democrat Congresswoman Madeleine Dean, who is also the impeachment manager, brought forward a "laundry list" of evidence that the former president incited the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol. (Source: WITF)

National roundup: New video footage of the Jan. 6 insurrection becomes key exhibit in impeachment trial. (Source: AP) CDC: those fully vaccinated against Covid-19 need not quarantine. (Source: Reuters) U.S. sees fewer then 100,000 new Covid-19 cases for fourth day in a row. (Source: UPI) Fauci predicts widespread vaccine availability by April. (Source: AP)