CDC: Teachers Don’t Need COVID-19 Vaccines To Reopen Schools Safely

The teachers union won’t like this one.

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), concluded that teachers don’t need coronavirus vaccinations in order for schools to reopen safely.

“Vaccination of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe reopening of schools,” Walensky said during Wednesday’s White House COVID-19 briefing.

Jeffrey Zients, the COVID-19 response coordinator, agreed, saying, “Every school has the equipment and resources to open safely, not just private schools or schools in wealthy areas, but all schools.”

President Joe Biden has pledged to ensure nearly all K-8 schools will reopen for in-person instruction in the first 100 days of his administration.

OutKick’s Clay Travis has discussed the topic throughout the week:

It’s time to open schools and let students get back to normal lives. In fact, despite what the teachers unions say, it has been time for a while.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. The evidence of small risk to kids (getting or transmitting) has been out there for a long time as Outkick has helped to report. So, what in the heck has made them wait so long to do what is right by American children. . . hmmmmm. . . . hmmmm. . .

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