Florida Private School Demands Vaccinated Students To Quarantine 30 Days After Receiving Each Dose In Fear Of “Vaccine Shedding”

Florida Private School Demands Vaccinated Students To Quarantine 30 Days After Receiving Each Dose In Fear Of “Vaccine Shedding”
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Months after declaring that they would no longer employ anyone vaccinated, a Miami private school is now asking students who choose to vaccinate against COVID-19 to stay at home for 30 days after each dose!

Parents of those attending Centner Academy were informed of this decision by letter, urging them to wait until the summer to vaccinate their children, as per WSVN.

The school went on to add that if they still choose to vaccinate now, the students would have to abide by a pretty lengthy quarantine period of 30 days after each dose of the vaccine!

WSVN reports that the letter said: “Because of potential impact on the other students and our school community, all vaccinated students will need to stay at home for thirty days post vaccination for each dose and booster that they receive and may only return to school after thirty days as long as the student’s healthy and symptom free.”

As for the reason for this mandatory quarantine, they claimed that it is because “there will be enough time for potential transmission or shedding onto others to decrease.”

To be clear, shedding is actually something that can happen only when a vaccine features a weakened version of any live virus.

With that being said, none of the FDA approved vaccines against COVID-19 contain any version of the live virus, which means that it is not possible for shedding to occur, the CDC ensures.

Infectious disease expert at Florida International University, Dr. Aileen Marty shared with WSVN that the private school’s policy is nothing but “fiction.”

“What happens thirty days after they get vaccinated? What kind of nonsense is this? Where did they get that? There is nothing in the recommendations to that … they made that up. That’s science fiction, not even science fiction because it’s pure fiction. I find it terrible that there’s all this misleading information coming out of an institution that allegedly is an education institution,” Marty told the news outlet.

Regardless, the school defended implementing this rule by writing that “Centner Academy’s top priorities are our students’ well-being and their safety within our educational environment.”

As mentioned before, this isn’t the first time that Centner Academy has made headlines due to its decisions regarding COVID-19 safety.

In the spring, the school’s co-founder, Leila Centner, revealed that they would no longer hire anyone who has received the COVID-19 vaccine and that the staff that already had done so, would be separated from students.

In another letter they sent out back then, Centner mentioned unproven claims that some unvaccinated pregnant women had suffered miscarriages and some other reproductive problems just by being in the vicinity of vaccinated people.

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


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Katherine Baldwin

Katherine is just getting her start as a journalist. She attended a technical school while still in high school where she learned a variety of skills, from photography to nutrition. Her enthusiasm for both natural and human sciences is real so she particularly enjoys covering topics on medicine and the environment.

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