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Columbia Public Schools begins vaccinations on high school campuses

Columbia Public Schools begins vaccinations on high school campuses


Columbia Public Schools students will have the opportunity to get vaccinated Tuesday at Battle High School.

The clinic at Battle High School is one of five the district has taking place this week.

  • Battle High School - Tuesday - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Rock Bridge High School - Wednesday - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Douglass High School - Thursday - 10 a.m.
  • CORE - Thursday - 9 a.m.
  • Hickman High School - Friday - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Students must be 16 or older and have a signed parental consent form to get the Pfizer vaccine.

According to the district, there are currently nine students positive with COVID-19 resulting in 471 students out for quarantine or isolation.

Of those, 120 students are out are high school level, while more than 300 are in middle school or elementary school. 

As of April 23 just about 62% of CPS staff members were vaccinated against COVID-19.

CPS also loosened COVID-19 restrictions Monday by dropping the mask mandate outdoors, cutting quarantine times to 10 days and allowing a small number of visitors in school buildings.

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  1. So in spite of the Fauci verified fact that school age children rarely have severe symptoms, if any at all, and are not a significant transmission vector, CPS is encouraging CHILDREN to participate in a medical experiment by taking a vaccine that has NOT been approved by the FDA, has had minimal testing for immediate safety, and none for long term safety? They have Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA, which is usually reserved for such things as treatment for terminally ill cancer patients.

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