A school district in Michigan was forced to shut down after a large number of staff members had “negative reactions” to the COVID-19 booster shot.
Saginaw Township Community Schools were forced to close last Monday after many of the staff members recieved the booster shot over the weekend.
Adding to the decision for the closure is the current substitute teacher shortage in the state.
Saginaw Township Community Schools provided a statement to parents.
They had to close a school in Michigan because a large number of the staff had a bad reaction to the COVID booster shot given at a clinic over the weekend.https://t.co/m7C8fsgnab
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NBC 25 News shared the statement released