School districts across Kentucky are struggling to keep functioning as COVID-19 forces many teachers and staff members into quarantine.
Logan County educators are among those getting vaccinated in the statewide effort to get schools back to more in-person learning.
Logan Memorial Hospital received a special allocation of vaccines from the state to vaccinate K-12 personnel in the community.
The hospital said on its website that the Kentucky Department of Public Health is prioritizing the distribution of the vaccine for educators.
Logan Memorial Hospital partnered with Logan County Schools, Russellville Independent Schools, and Russellville Christian Academy in a one-day vaccination clinic last Friday.
The clinic was held at Logan County Career and Technical Center, where more than 400 educators were vaccinated.