There is a whole lot more evidence that the vaccinated are a threat to the unvaccinated than of the reverse. Actually, despite the nonstop media noise, there is zero threat that the unvaccinated are a threat to the vaccinated, and the logic being presented by the media to explain this claim is nonsensical.
However, vaccinated people are shedding spike proteins. We have no idea what this is doing to us. Personally, I try to avoid being around the vaccinated in any kind of close quarters situation – especially after they’ve been recently “jabbed.” For about two weeks, their bodies are producing large amounts of this spike protein, and it could well be coming out of their skin.
Miami’s Centner Academy is requesting that parents wait until next summer to vaccinate their children against COVID-19 or face a mandatory 30-day quarantine, according to a letter to parents from the school’s chief operating officer that was obtained by Miami news station WSVN.
“If you are considering the vaccine for your Centner Academy student(s), we ask that you hold off until the Summer when there will be time for the potential transmission or shedding onto others to decrease,” the letter reportedly reads. “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.”
School officials did not respond to Yahoo Life’s request for comment. The Florida Department of Education sent a letter to the school on Thursday informing it of plans to investigate its attendance policies and threatening to pull funding if those policies don’t meet the law.
Centner Academy previously made national news after forbidding teachers who received a COVID-19 vaccine to go near students.
Centner Academy co-founder David Centner said in a statement to CNN that the school’s policy was put in place “as a prudent precautionary measure after much thoughtful deliberation.”
“Due to voluminous anecdotal reports in circulation on this latter topic, we must err on the side of caution when making decisions that may impact the health of the school community,” he continued. “Until there are definitive and scientifically proven studies that refute these reports, we need to do what is best for our students and staff.” Centner did not respond to Yahoo Life’s request for comment.
This is completely reasonable.
Even if there is no threat, it’s better to err on the side of caution. A school is a closed environment, where children are very close together, and it just makes zero sense that you would want your children around people who have taken this experimental gene therapy that we do not understand the effects of at all.
— Varney & Co. (@Varneyco) October 22, 2021
While that Florida school is making a lot of sense, a school in Tennessee has gone totally ape, using a science fiction style decontamination device.
Tennessee’s Warren County High School has received “anti-COVID entry tunnels” from an alum that it plans to install.
“These entry tunnels use new technology that not only provide a temperature scan of everyone entering these facilities, but also relies on a mist of safe, non-toxic stabilized aqueous ozone (SAO), that is 99 percent effective in killing germs and viruses but without the risk of harsh chemicals used in other cleaners,” Warren County Executive Jimmy Haley said in a press release shared with Yahoo Life. “This is just the next step in our efforts to ensure the safety of our students, teachers and staff at Warren County High.” An anti-COVID entry tunnel will also be installed at the local county jail.
The tunnels are a gift from Roger Biles, a Warren County High School graduate who is now the CEO and managing partner of InterMed Resources, which manufactures this equipment, director of Warren County Schools Grant Swallows tells Yahoo Life. Biles, he says, “wanted to give back to his community.”
The high school plans to install the tunnel in the athletics weight room facility by the beginning of November. “It will be made available, not required, to any student or employee that is in need of a temperature check and the need to kill germs,” Swallows says.
What even is this implying here?
They have germs on their clothes? On their backpacks?
Or on their skin?
I don’t even think the science makes the claim that people’s clothes or skin carry the deadly coronavirus.
Of course, the science could make such a claim at any time, if the people selling these machines need a reach-around. The science is big on giving reach-arounds to companies selling bizarre technologies.