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Vaccine mandates ending but teachers still forced on leave

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Hundreds of teachers who declined the experimental Covid-19 injection remain in limbo while they await news as to whether they will be permitted back into their workplace.

The huge number of educators and school staff who were forced to leave their roles has put a huge strain on all areas of schooling and education both privately and publicly.

The vaccine mandates ended last May, but unvaccinated teachers have not been able to return to their previous employment roles in education.

The Education Department has thus far retained its rules requiring all teachers to have had a minimum of two shots.

A risk assessment will be completed next month which could see teachers return to the classroom relieving much of the strain off staff shortages.

An anonymous teacher has told the Telegraph he has been told to stay at home and take care of himself until the risk assessment is finalised.

Over 330 teachers had been subject to a Professional and Ethical Standards – PES – investigation for not complying with the Covid-19 directives.

This investigation however has been put on hold whilst the Department carries out its risk assessment.

An email to the telegraph said “PES investigations into staff noncompliance with Covid-19 vaccination requirements have been paused while the Department undertakes a risk assessment regarding its systemic response to Covid-19 compliance”

“Further information will be disseminated once the risk assessment has been completed and the Department has finalised a policy position on any vaccine mandates that may be applied for the workforce.”

One Nation MP Mark Latham’s response to the teaching mandates was made clear when he stated

“It seems incredible that the government would be paying qualified teachers to stay at home in the middle of a teacher shortage crisis when so many students are without teachers,” he said. “The mandates should end and these funded teachers should return to the classroom’

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