The Sacramento City Unified School District confirmed Wednesday it was pushing back its COVID-19 vaccine deadline by a month after only about half its students reported their vaccination status. The district said that only about 55% of eligible students have reported their vaccination status as of Wednesday. Thousands have also not registered for testing, the district said. "Of the 27,697 students that are currently required to undergo routine testing because they have not reported full vaccination status, 8,226 are not yet registered to test," district spokesperson Al Goldberg said.
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