Across the country, local governments plan to inoculate 50 million people by early next year. But the vaccines have not officially been approved.
Urban and rural fortunes diverge in the state, with the pandemic compounding troubles that predated it.
While a compromise package gaining steam in Congress would provide urgent help to the economy, some people and businesses would be left out in the cold.
As a standoff over federal aid persists, state and local governments are making deep budget cuts. “Everything’s going to slow down,” one official said.
The attack, first discovered late Tuesday, disrupted the district’s websites and remote learning programs, as well as its grading and email systems, officials said.