Miami Private School Won’t Employ Vaccinated Teachers or Staff Due to Health Concerns

Laila Centner, co-founder of the private school, Youtbe

A private school with two campuses in Miami has warned its staff against taking Covid vaccines and said it will not employ anyone who has been inoculated and spreading misinformation about the potential risks of vaccination. Leila Centner, who co-founded the school with husband David Centner, warned that vaccinated persons “may be transmitting something from their bodies” that could harm others. She asked teachers and staff to hold off on the vaccines until the end of the school year. This news report was critical of this decision because of a lack of scientific evidence to support it. [This is a valid point at this early stage with only a few undocumented cases reported, but the same argument is equally valid against the total absence of scientific evidence that COVID-19 is a killer disease instead of merely this year’s annual flu strain. If it is true that vaccinated people are transmitters of toxic spike proteins as suggested, the evidence will become abundantly clear very soon.]

A private school with two campuses in Miami has warned its staff against taking vaccines that prevent COVID-19, saying it will not employ anyone who has been inoculated and spreading misinformation about the potential risks of vaccination.

Centner Academy, with campuses in the Design District and Edgewater, informed parents of its policy for teachers and staff by email on Monday. The announcement, first reported by the New York Times, left some parents, teachers and medical experts aghast because it was presented as fact without citing any scientific evidence.

Leila Centner, who co-founded the school with husband David Centner, warned that vaccinated persons “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.”

Centner acknowledged in the email that the information is “new and yet to be researched.” Still, she asked employees who have not taken a COVID vaccine to wait until the end of the school year. She also recommended that faculty and staff hold off on taking the injection “until there is further research available on whether this experimental drug is impacting unvaccinated individuals.”

“It is our policy, to the extent possible, not to employ anyone who has taken the experimental COVID-19 injection until further information is known,” Centner wrote in the email to parents.

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Miami Private School Won’t Employ Vaccinated Teachers or Staff Due to Health Concerns

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