May 30, 2024

In a September 16, 2021 article published in The Epoch Times, Jannis Falkenstern reported that a Miami federal court granted support for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ order to stop mask mandates in the state.

According to the report, parents of children with special needs have contended that their children were at enhanced threat of becoming ill or dying from COVID-19 if other children showed up to school without facial coverings. However, Judge K. Michael Moore rejected the parents’ request for a preliminary injunction against a July executive order[1] issued by DeSantis, which allows parents to opt-out of student face masking.

Editor’s Note: Florida has been leading the US out of the pandemic by instituting policies that are not initiated in other states. [See Florida governor suspends all pandemic emergency mandates, bans vaccine passports; Florida will not require vaccine passports; Florida lifts all coronavirus restrictions] Also, the State’s priorities are protecting parents’ rights and one of those is granting parents the right to choose whether to put a face diaper on their kids or not.

The federal judge’s decision shows and understands the negative ramifications of children’s face coverings. It also clearly signifies that there are people in the government that look after children’s welfare. The court ruling is only an affirmation that it is parents have the right to decide for their children’s wellbeing.

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