‘The Brain School’: Private school will require students getting the COVID vaccine to stay home for 30 days after each dose

A private school in Miami, FL sent a letter to parents telling them to wait until summer if they choose to get their kids vaccinated against the deadly coronavirus, COVID-19. If they don’t wait until summer and chose to get their kids vaccinated during the school year, the kids must remain at home for 30 days following each shot to protect other students, staff, and the entire school community. The Chief Operating Officer of Centner Academy’s letter read in part:

“Because of the potential impact on other students and our school community, vaccinated students will need to stay at home for 30 days post-vaccination for each dose and booster they receive and may return to school after 30 days as long as the student is healthy and symptom-free.”

Back in April, the school made headlines when the owners told staff to hold off on getting vaccinated They were unsure of the side effects and feared that those who got the shot would infect others. They also told teachers that if they got vaccinated after April 22, they would not have a job. However, they later relented and said “that teachers and employees who did decide to get vaccinated would not be fired, but they also wouldn’t be allowed to work with students.”

This is the same school that proudly claims to be the “Brain School.”

“What happens 30 days after they get vaccinated? What kind of nonsense is this?” said Dr. Aileen Marty, an infectious disease expert at Florida International University. “Where did they get that? There’s nothing in the recommendations to that… they made that up. That’s science fiction, not even science fiction because it’s pure fiction.”

For those that still don’t know how the COVID-19 vaccines work:

Vaccine shedding can only occur when a vaccination contains a weakened version of a live virus. None of the COVID-19 vaccines approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) do so—meaning no one who received the COVID-19 vaccine will shed the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


But wait! There’s more:

In the letter sent in April, Centner included unfounded claims that unvaccinated women have experienced miscarriages and other reproductive issues from standing near vaccinated people.

However, those claims have no scientific backing. Dr. Taraneh Shirazian, an NYU Langone gynecologist, told the Associated Press: “That’s a very horrible misconception because it opens up this crazy thinking that you can stand next to people and get what they have, which we know historically has in public health really created a lot of damage.”

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