NJ school nurse fired for not wearing face mask after exposing dangers of improper mask wearing


STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, NJ – A New Jersey school nurse has been suspended without pay after refusing to wear her facemask to work. Erin Pein said students have come to her with their issues about the masks. She also claims very few students and staff are properly wearing their facemasks.

“Masks don’t prevent them from getting COVID,” she said. “The virus is so small. Making them wear them for six or seven hours a day is awful.”

“I have seen horrible things with these masks,” said former school nurse Erin Pein.

Hirsh Singh, a candidate for Governor against Phil Murphy said he is organizing a rally in support of Pein.

“This mandated policy is child abuse. Nurse Erin Pein was suspended without pay after she started defending the kids within her care. We will be rallying for Nurse Erin Pein on May 10th in Stafford Twp,” Singh said.

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