The Saginaw Township Community Schools admitted in a Facebook post Monday that a “large number” of faculty members fell ill following booster jabs.
The adverse events combined with a teacher shortage resulted in the school’s closure.
“A large number of our staff had negative reactions to the COVID booster shot given at a clinic over the weekend, resulting in absences today (Monday),” the district confessed on Facebook.
“As you may be aware, there is already a substitute teacher/staff shortage throughout the state of Michigan, further complicating the availability to cover those absences,” continued the statement.
In a statement to ABC12.com, a Saginaw Twp. district rep explained the school’s closure was not due to Covid illnesses, but rather booster vaccine side effects.
Below we posted a video of Dr. Sean Brooks months ago warning a local school board that if they forced teachers to receive the jabs their school would close.