Countless local news outlets across the country have been reporting school closures due to teachers and staff having adverse reactions to the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
In what seems to a widespread phenomenon that we don’t see after any other vaccine, teachers across the country are calling out sick due to reactions from both the Pfizer and Moderna MRNA vaccine, as well as the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson.
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Edwardsburg Public Schools
While most students and staff in Michiana are starting their week back at school, Edwardsburg Public Schools are not after several teachers saw reactions from their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
“It’s been everything from nausea and vomiting, to fever, fatigue, a little bit of everything,” Superintendent Jim Knoll told 16 News Now.
Those symptoms forcing superintendent Jim Knoll to cancel class on Monday just two days after several school personnel were vaccinated.
“We didn’t have enough subs, we had a few too many who had symptoms,” Knoll says.
Northeast Ohio school district
From Fox 8:
Two days after employees were given their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations, the Fairless Local School District canceled classes, attributing it to many developing side effects and becoming ill.
From NBC Connecticut:
Colchester Elementary School was closed Monday because some teachers experienced some side effects after getting the coronavirus vaccine over the weekend and there was a lack of substitute teachers to fill in.
Supt. Jeffrey Burt said there was a vaccination clinic on Saturday and 17 Colchester Elementary School staff members, including nine who teach in core-area classrooms, who received the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine had some side effects that kept them out of work today.
“Typical side-effects, the fever, the aches, the pains, etc.,” Burt said.