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A school in Florida requires students to stay at home for 30 days after COVID-19 vaccination.
According to a number of US media reports on October 19, the Centner Academy Miami, Florida, USA recently announced that it requires students to suspend the COVID-19 vaccination. Students who have completed the COVID-19 vaccination need to be quarantined at home for 30 days before returning to campus. The school has also asked employees not to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
In a statement, the head of the Miami Centrner College said that in order to reduce the potential spread of the virus, it is hoped that students will suspend the COVID-19 vaccination. Students who have been vaccinated or boosted need to be quarantined at home for 30 days before returning to school.
It is reported that the college believes that vaccination will cause health problems and further infect people who have not been vaccinated. In April, the school banned teachers and staff who had been vaccinated from returning to the school, which caused a strong reaction from the media and scholars.
Including Florida, many state governments in the United States and education departments of different school districts have different attitudes towards vaccination and “mask order” requirements, which poses severe challenges to campus epidemic prevention and control. Prior to this, many school districts faced reductions in education funding for failing to comply with Florida Governor DeSantis’s list of wearing masks as an option.
A school in Florida requires students to suspend COVID-19 vaccinations
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