The New York Times reports:
A private school in the fashionable Design District of Miami sent its faculty and staff a letter last week about getting vaccinated against Covid-19.
But unlike institutions that have encouraged and even facilitated vaccination for teachers, the school, Centner Academy, did the opposite: One of its co-founders, Leila Centner, informed employees “with a very heavy heart” that if they chose to get a shot, they would have to stay away from students.
Ms. Centner, who has frequently shared anti-vaccine posts on Facebook, claimed in the letter that “reports have surfaced recently of non-vaccinated people being negatively impacted by interacting with people who have been vaccinated.”
Read the full article. Centner claims that vaccinated people can somehow pass the vaccine to women and interfere with their menstrual cycles. For real.
According to Variety, “noted philanthropists” Centner and her husband are multimillionaires after selling a company that administers highway tolls.
In the clip below, Centner speaks with anti-vax crackpot Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The clip is hosted on Vimeo as it would surely be banned by YouTube.
A private school in Miami, whose co-founder falsely claims spending time around a vaccinated person can affect women’s menstrual cycles, informed teachers that if they get vaccinated against Covid-19 they will not be allowed near students. https://t.co/U6WFCSroHF
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 26, 2021