Schools in a Michigan township have closed this Monday because many teachers got infected with the virus, and they were suffering adverse reactions from C-19 booster shots.
Employees were fired or resigned from their jobs because they refused to get the vaccine, so schools in the Saginaw districts and across the country are understaffed.
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Many Saginaw County Community Schools staff got the booster shot during the weekend, and they have experienced some side effects and were too sick to go back to work. Because of this event, the schools of these districts were forced to be closed on Monday.
“A large number of our staff had a negative reaction to the COVID booster shot given at a voluntary clinic over the weekend,” Saginaw Township Community Schools announced. “There is a substitute teacher/staff shortage throughout the state, further complicating the availability to cover those absences.”
The booster shot is responsible for the side effects, not the vaccines, stated the district spokesperson.
The leaders didn’t share any details about the side effects the teacher experienced due to the vaccine against coronavirus.