COVID vaxx pushers, including major news programs, are taking aim at the Centner Academy in Florida for having the integrity and backbone to protect its staff and children against the experimental (deadly) COVID jab.
Centner Academy, a private school that charges almost $30,000 a year per student, according to CBS4, asked teachers to wait until the end of the year to get vaccinated or risk their job.
“Until further notice, we ask any employee who has not yet taken the experimental Covid-19 injection, to wait until the end of the school year,” the email reportedly reads.
It continues: “We also recommended that all faculty and staff hold off on taking the injection until there is further research available on whether this experimental drug is impacting unvaccinated individuals.”
The school in Miami, run by Leila and David Centner, reportedly said it maintains a policy “not to employ anyone who has taken the experimental Covid-19 injection until further information is known”.
The school reportedly cites a conspiracy theory regarding women’s reproductive health saying that they have had “at least three women with menstrual cycles impacted after having spent time with a vaccinated person.”
Numerous highly qualified and certified doctors are reporting the danger of the coronavirus shot and that deadly effects can be passed from a person who has received the injection to a woman and affect her reproductive system. It can also be transmitted to children.
Of course the “experts” – like the reporters at CNN and other mainstream media – deny the claims and continue to push the “vaccines” even though people are being damaged and/or killed by the thousands.
The email effectively makes the teacher’s continued employment at the school contingent on avoiding the vaccine and requires employees to disclose their vaccination status in a form to the school, The New York Times reports.
The form reportedly requires employees to “acknowledge the school will take legal measures needed to protect the students if it is determined that I have not answered these questions accurately.”
In a statement to CBS4, the school said: “We’re doing what we think is in the best interest of the children because children shouldn’t be around teachers who are vaccinated.”
The school’s publicist reiterated that vaccinated people “may be transmitting something from their bodies” leading to adverse reproductive issues among women.
“We are not 100 per cent sure the Covid injections are safe and there are too many unknown variables for us to feel comfortable at this current time,” the statement reportedly said.
Discussing whether it was legal for the school to fire teachers for receiving a vaccine, employment lawyer Carter Sox with Gallup Auerbach told CBS4: “Generally a private employer in Florida can fire someone for any reason or no reason at all.” (Good for them.)
The school prominently advertises on its website support for “medical freedom from mandated vaccines.”
CBS4 reported that one teacher has already resigned, but said it was not clear if it was in direct result of the policy.