(BREITBART) – Israel on Thursday announced teachers who are unvaccinated or who fail to provide a negative corona test will be barred from entering schools and will not be paid a salary.
Israel’s Health Ministry instructed school principals that beginning on Oct. 3, they would be required to block entry to any teachers without a Green Pass proving they have either recovered from COVID-19 or have received vaccination, or a recent negative test result. Those teachers will not be allowed to teach remotely, the ministry added, and neither would they receive any payment during their absence.
Ran Erez, chairman of the Secondary School Teachers Association, said that while he supports the idea of unvaccinated teachers being banned from entering schools, he opposes denying them wages.
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