hello i just wanna know if i still have a chance to be hire as public school teacher even though i have this hepatitis b ?
By the way i took nursing course before and i failed the medical examination for hepatitis so that's why i change my course and now i became a licensed teacher is there any chance that i will be accepted in the work please answer my question im hoping that its not a big matter for me because i feel that i am cursed because of this illness pls help me :(.
What are you talking, you can'not be banned for hep b, it is a shame. Teacher you can work how long you want, Nowadays all over the world children are vaccinated, it's not our fault that we missed this vaccine, with drugs people have undetectable virus, no risk at all. Just go ahead because soon we all will be cured
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