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"I'm absolutely terrified" Pregnant teachers concerned about return to school

The Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland (ASTI) has raised concerns about pregnant teachers...

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14.10 13 Aug 2021


"I'm absolutely terrified" Pregnant teachers concerned about return to school


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14.10 13 Aug 2021


The Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland (ASTI) has raised concerns about pregnant teachers returning to classrooms with large numbers of unvaccinated or partially vaccinated students. 

Pregnant women between 14 and 36 weeks have been offered an mRNA Covid-19 vaccine, but some teachers in the earlier stages of pregnancy have expressed concerns about being in classrooms with unvaccinated students. 

Faye is a teacher and raised her concerns with Andrea.

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