A private school in Miami, Florida says students who get vaccinated must quarantine for 30 days afterward because apparently science isn’t their strongest subject.
According to local news station WSVN, Centner Academy, which made headlines back in April for discouraging teachers from getting vaccinated, sent a letter home to parents stating:
“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.”
OK, first of all, huh? Is this like an actual school or like a school of make-believe? Because if anything, science shows people who are vaccinated are less likely to transmit Covid-19 than those who aren’t.
Infectious disease expert Dr. Aileen Marty of Florida International University agrees:
“What happens 30 days after they get vaccinated? What kind of nonsense is this? 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.”
A recent study by British scientists at the University of Oxford also confirms this, showing that the transmission rate of the virus to others among fully vaccinated people is reduced by up to 65 percent.
Can we please stop with this nonsense already? The science behind the vaccine is not new. Scientists and infectious disease experts have been studying and preparing this for years, which is why they were able to perfect an emergency vaccine in such little time.
What kind of alternate universe are we living in here when people willfully fight tooth and nail against proven, effective measures to keep themselves and others healthy?
Until everybody stops shitting in the pool, we’ll never be able to swim again.
So please … ignore the talking heads who are hell bent on spreading misinformation and get your vaccine.
And pull your kids from any educational institution that would suggest something so far off from reality and get them into an institution of learning that upholds actual science — for their sake and the sake of humanity.