Miami-based Centner Academy sent a notice to parents Monday informing them of the new policy on both campuses for approximately 300 students, from pre-kindergarten to grade 8, a teacher or staff member received. The vaccine was then ordered to continue reporting to the school. But keep separate from the students
Co-founder Leila Centner told employees in a letter last week that she also made policy decisions. “Very heavy heart.”
Centner stood by the ruling Tuesday in a statement sent to The Associated Press, illustrating claims that it is biologically impossible that unvaccinated women experience miscarriages and other reproductive problems. Just stand close to the person who is vaccinated.
“You can̵7;t pass it from person to person if you are standing next to someone,” said NYU Langone obstetrician Dr. Taraneh Shirazien. It opens up this crazy idea that you can stand next to people and get what they have, which we know in the past to public health has caused a lot of damage.
The Florida Department of Education did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the school’s stance on the COVID-19 vaccine.
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The Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the leading women’s health agency have announced that the COVID-19 vaccine used in the United States is safe and effective and is undergoing an unprecedented safety review. before Across the country, teachers are prioritizing early access to vaccines to protect them from exposure to the coronavirus when schools reopen.
Dr. Eileen Marty, an infectious disease expert at Florida International University’s Wertheim College of Medicine, said there is no evidence that unvaccinated people face the risk of vaccination by others.
Centner and her husband David Centner started school in 2019 after moving to Miami from New York. School Promotion Website “Medical Freedom” from Vaccines and Offers to Help Parents Opt Out of the Vaccines Needed for Florida Students
Earlier this month, Centner criticized the CDC’s measures to curb the spread of the virus and said her school was against guidelines since it reopened in September.
“We are not following any persecution, I am not forcing my children to wear masks,” Centner said while attending a “Health and Freedom” rally for Republican candidates who value the people of the Republic. Supporting former President Donald Trump And commentators on public health restrictions in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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