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It was very clear: a biology teacher from Long Island (New York, USA) vaccinated a 17-year-old student with Covit 19 – without qualifying and without parental permission!

In a video available to the American broadcaster NBC and reported by the BBC, Laura Parker Russo, 54, can be seen disinfecting the boy’s upper arm. He says, “Here’s how, the home vaccine. It will work. Then she should have given him the needle.

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Johnson & Johnson appears to have been vaccinated – Russo said it was not yet clear how he got it, police said.

However, one thing is clear: the boy’s parents did not approve of the act, which took place at Russo’s private home in the Sea Cliff on Long Island. However, the 17-year-old is said to have asked his teacher – whose son is a friend – for the vaccine.

A 54-year-old man has been arrested after a 17-year-old man told his mother everything in the house.

Illegal and dangerous activity

Vaccines can only be carried out by medical professionals – and according to investigators, Laura Parker Russo certainly does not have it. The mother of six was charged with unauthorized occupation.

Also, Rousseau is said to have taken the non-existent vaccine for those under 18 years of age. Biontech’s vaccine is used only for young people in the United States.

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The principal of Herricks High School, where Ms Russo worked, was “removed from the classroom and transferred pending trial,” CBS reported.

The first hearing in the case is set for January 21. If convicted, the teacher faces up to four years in prison.

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