A head member of the Chicago Teacher’s Union is under fire after she pushed for schools to stay closed and function remotely- all from her sunny vacation spot in Puerto Rico.
Sarah Chambers, who has been adamant about remaining closed due to coronavirus concerns, reportedly went off to one of the most high-risk US territories for a vacation.
#CHICAGO: Union area vice president Sarah Chambers has claimed that re-opening Chicago’s public schools next Monday would put students, teachers and the wider public at risk due to widespread COVID-19 infections. pic.twitter.com/vJXQU4fhhS— CaribbeanNewsNetwork (@caribbeannewsuk) January 2, 2021
The teacher is known for her involvement in various activist causes, from LGBTQ issues to the BLM movement.
According to the Daily Mail, Chambers had no issue flaunting her current change of scenery on Thursday.
“We have the whole pool to ourselves. Then, we are going to old San Juan to get some yummy seafood mofongo,” she posted to Instagram.
Due to rising coronavirus cases, the CDC has asked people on the US mainland to avoid travelling to PR.
The teacher, however, is unconcerned with getting COVID again, following a nasty bout of coronavirus.
“My doc said it’s extremely unlikely for me to get Covid again since I had it so badly,” she said.
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