Status: 05.09.2021 8:12 p.m.
Corona infection is on the rise in schools across the United States. It is also the cause of the vaccine campaign. The result is a heated debate over the rights and responsibilities of parents.
More than 1,000 schools in the United States have already closed since the start of summer vacation classes. Thousands of children have been tested positive for the corona virus, especially in states with lower vaccination rates than adults.
Examples: In the spring, 15 percent of cowboy cases in the United States are children. In August it was 22 percent, and the trend is increasing. In Florida, more than 60 children with Govt-19 are currently hospitalized every day, and the number has increased tenfold. In Georgia, every second corona infection currently starts in a school.
Review of vaccine antagonists
It can’t go on like this, says Paul Abid, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia, in a television interview. Children will be irresponsible if they are not vaccinated by adults: “As an American, you have no right to be infected and then spread the virus. You have no right to run over a stop sign. At a meeting,” the doctor complains.
But as the question of vaccination is generally politicized, so is health care in schools. Florida Gov. Ron Desantis banned the introduction of the mask requirement to schools, and even threatened a pay cut if school principals asked for masks: “As for the health of students, I trust parents more than the government,” Desandis said. The governor failed in court – thankfully, Miami School District President Vicky Cartwright says: “It’s not about politics for us, it’s about an epidemic.”
“We must protect our children”
With effects on infants such as a two-month-old junior who has been hospitalized in New Orleans for three months. His mother tells CBS that he was born with a breathing problem and that is why he is now very unwell. “Someone who can spread the virus has infected Jr. We have to protect our children,” the mother says. After all, they are the future.
As you know, there is no approved vaccine yet for direct vaccination of children under the age of twelve. The pediatrician’s office says you should not rush. Before giving to millions of children, it should be clear that doing so is safe.
But as long as children are vaccinated, the doctor says, adults have a responsibility to protect children from the virus.
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