Miami school bars vaccinated teachers from seeing students

Miami school bars vaccinated teachers from seeing students

[Ed. – Wait, what? What could be the explanation for this unless the directive comes from the teacher’s unions, which prefer the current ‘status quo.’]

A Miami school has discouraged teachers from getting the Covid vaccine, saying any vaccinated employees will be barred from interacting with students.

Centner Academy leadership cited debunked claims of non-vaccinated people being “negatively impacted” by contact with vaccinated people.

Experts say there is no evidence for such theories. US health officials have said the jabs are safe and effective.

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Some 141 million Americans have received the Covid-19 vaccine to date.

The Centner Academy, a fee-paying school, is located in Miami’s Design District. Annual tuition begins at $15,160 (£10,898) for pre-school students and goes up to nearly $30,000 for middle school students, who are around 13-15 years old.

Co-founder Leila Centner informed parents on Monday that, when possible, the academy’s policy is to not employ anyone who has received a Covid-19 vaccine at this time, CBS Miami reported.

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