A staff member inoculates a patient with a Covid-19 vaccine at the Vaccinate Lancaster community vaccination center on its opening day, Wednesday, March 10, 2021. (Source: Provided)
A staff member inoculates a patient with a Covid-19 vaccine at the Vaccinate Lancaster community vaccination center on its opening day, Wednesday, March 10, 2021. (Source: Provided)

Headlines:

Almost 100,000 Lancaster County residents have been fully or partially vaccinated: The mass vaccination site has increased daily vaccination rates by 50%. At the current rate, it will still take until late summer to partially or fully vaccinate the county's adult population against Covid-19. (Source: LNP)

Vaccine clinic for communities of color will be led by nonprofits: On Friday, a one-day Covid-19 vaccine clinic focused on serving communities of color will be hosted at Bright Side Opportunities Center. All 400 appointments have been filled. (Source: ABC 27)

Lancaster County school districts plan to use millions in federal stimulus money: School District of Lancaster will receive $42 million and plans to use it to patch a deficit in its upcoming budget, improve ventilation, and add new technology to classrooms. (Source: ABC 27)

Pa. lawmakers appear less likely to pass emergency relief for clergy abuse victims: After Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration acknowledged its failure to take the proper administrative steps to put the referendum on the ballot that would give victims two years to pursue civil cases against their abusers, the House has yet to vote on adding it to May primary ballot. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Affordable housing development on former Rebman's site gets zoning approval: The $15 million redevelopment at 800 S. Queen St. has plans to include affordable housing, a medical clinic, grocery store, a café, a day care center, and possibly more commercial uses. (Source: LNP)

National roundup: Senate democrats introduce election reform bill that would change voting procedures and aims to reduce gerrymandering. (Source: Reuters) FEMA will begin reimbursing families for Covid-19 funeral expenses next month. (Source: USA Today) House appears certain to pass Democrats' immigration bills. (Source: AP) Atlanta shooting related to the year of skyrocketing hate and discrimination against Asian-Americans. (Source: Reuters) $10 billion of stimulus package to be used on increased Covid-19 testing in schools. (Source: NBC News) Equal Rights Amendment deadline removed through House vote. (Source: UPI)

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