ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County Public Schools is partnering with the state to offer district employees COVID-19 vaccines Saturday and Sunday.
Dozens of school district employees waited in line to get their shots outside of Ocoee High School Saturday morning. National guardsmen were also seen stationed at Colonial High School. [TRENDING: 2 mothers, 3 kids killed in crash | ‘Manatee graveyard’ at Merritt Island Park | When will you get a COVID-19 stimulus check] OCPS spokesman Scott Howat said the district is partnering with the Florida Department of Emergency Management to offer the vaccinations. “Every opportunity to provide vaccinations to our employees, we’re trying to take advantage of,” Howat said.