CORONAVIRUS: Miami School Won't Employ Vaccinated Teachers


The private school says vaccinated teachers may be transmitting something harmful to students.

The private school says vaccinated teachers may be transmitting something harmful to students.

TeeRoy's 2 Cents:

The school has about 300 students and charges $30,000 a year.

Officials say they're aware that some parents may not agree with their new policy.

The email says there are reports of people being negatively impacted by interacting with those who have been vaccinated but haven't cited any actual reports or studies.

It's a private school and they can do whatever they want.

While most of the talk about COVID-19 revolves around getting everyone vaccinated, a private school in Miami is making headlines for its anti-vaccine stance.

Centner Academy, which has two campuses in the Miami area, is refusing to employ any teacher or staff member who has been vaccinated. School officials sent an email to parents on Monday citing a debunked conspiracy theory for explaining its new policy. They said that vaccinated teachers "may be transmitting something from their bodies” that could harm others, particularly the “reproductive systems, fertility, and normal growth and development in women and children.”

The email added that teachers and staff have been told to refrain from getting the shot “until there is further research available on whether this experimental drug is impacting unvaccinated individuals.” (Miami Herald)