Now that’s just outrageous!
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The state of Michigan has had the most rigorous COVID management measurements, but this is reaching out to the youngest, that are still developing their lungs, for Christ’s sake!
According to WZZM – TV, starting from April, the state of Michigan ” has tallied a spike in COVID-19 cases among children, and last week some hospital leaders said they are treating more children for the virus than ever before — even ones with no underlying conditions.”
However, the new mandate has created problems for another group – the ones who are enforcing it. So, down the station, a teacher from a day-care center was telling about their real struggles, since the COVID 19 has started to affect even the youngest – which was not the case with the starting variation of the virus… And according to her statement, they are really struggling.
“It’s impossible. She’s not even teaching anymore,” Erin Farias, owner of Little Smiles Daycare and Christian Learning Center in Kentwood, told the station regarding her toddler teacher. “She’s not getting any of the curriculum, any of the crafts. It’s just, ‘Wear your mask, pull your mask up.’ That’s what their day is.”
“We’re struggling, this isn’t a school right now,” she added to the station. “This is a ‘let’s follow this rule all day long.’ It’s hard.”
“Even from the fall, the CDC has said kids two and older should be wearing masks, to begin with,” Dr. Matthew Hornik of the Pediatric Care Corner in West Bloomfield Townshipstated in another separate story. “So, you know, this isn’t an out of the blue, left-field kind of a thing that’s being done now.”
He also added that “the data recently has shown an increase in children. As more adults are getting vaccinated, and as this UK variant is spreading in the state, it’s a lot more contagious. So, yes, there still is a small amount of spread in schools and daycares. But anything we can do to help kind of mitigate that spread even further is going to help.”
He concluded that adults are the best examples for their children, stating that if they are the ones modeling the behavior and talking to their r children, “and taking away that kind of stigma of it being bad, then they’re more likely to wear it. So, put it on their stuffed animals. Show pictures of other kids wearing it. And, as they get older they’re obviously going to ask more questions and you can be able to explain, ‘you know you’re wearing this to help protect yourself and to help protect others and doing your part to get through this pandemic.”