90 School Bus Drivers from Same District Quit: “Rush of Resignations Was Likely Driven By Vaccination Requirements”
This article was originally published by B.N. Frank at Activist Post.
A growing number of Americans are opposed to employer vaccine mandates. Vaccine side effects, injuries, and deaths have been reported for decades (see 1, 2, 3). They continue to be reported about the COVID jabs as well (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Some employees are already quitting because of mandates.
From Fox32 Chicago:
90 School Bus Drivers Who Don’t Want Vaccines, CPS Offering $1,000 to Students Without Rides
Chicago Public Schools said Sunday that 90 bus drivers quit between August 23-27. About 70 of those drivers quit on the same day.
“According to the bus companies, the rush of resignations was likely driven by the vaccination requirements,” the school district said.
Like many districts across the country, CPS had anticipated a shortage of bus drivers before the city announced vaccination requirements. They had planned to work around the shortage by scheduling earlier pickups. But the loss of another 10% of drivers has left 2,100 students without a ride.
The district’s answer? To pay students to find their own way: $1,000 for the first two weeks of school and $500 a month after that.
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