UK report shows COVID hospitalization among children unaffected by schools policy

In this October 6, 2021 article, the Health Advisory and Recovery Team (HART) analyzes the implications of a study recently released by the UK government. The study[1]which may be accessed here: … Continue reading shows that the opening and closing of schools do not have any effect on the rates at which children test positive for COVID, nor does it affect the rates at which children were hospitalized with COVID-19.

HART concludes: “There should never again be any suggestion of closing schools in order to mitigate the spread of a respiratory virus. It clearly does not work”.

Editor’s Note: We add this article here to conclusively show that the opening and closing of schools should never be used to control the spread of COVID. Any country still using this as a policy is behind the science and is contributing to the violation of children’s rights to education [see School Closures and Masking Kids are Irrational, Unscientific, and Child abuse, UNICEF: Prohibiting minors from going outside is an infringement of children’s rights].

Now, some parents are asking: shouldn’t we wait for children to be vaccinated before schools re-open? To them we want to say: Several countries in the world have not closed their schools while many countries that initially closed schools, reopened immediately [see Despite open schools, no masks, no social distancing, no children died of COVID-19 in Sweden, Finland schools reopening a success, Reopening schools in Denmark did not worsen coronavirus outbreak, Reopening of schools has not triggered a new wave of coronavirus infections]. Despite this, there has been no reports of mass deaths among children.

It is already a well-known fact that children are not spreaders of COVD, nor are they easily infected by the disease [see Study: Children are not superspreaders, time to go back to school, French study shows children don’t spread the coronavirus, Understanding the immune system of children may be the key to understanding susceptibility to SARS-COV-2]. Even if they are infected, most children would typically be asymptomatic or would experience only mild symptoms [Why is the coronavirus sparing kids?]. This has been true from the very beginning. There has never been any need for COVID vaccines for children [Also read European doctors and lawyers launch lawsuit against the authorization of Pfizer COVID vaccine for children, Governments ignoring advice of their own health regulators, pushing child vaccination, public trust eroding, WHO: Children should not be vaccinated “for now”, Top scientist calls for halt to COVID vaccination of children, Children must not be inoculated with experimental vaccines, 93 Israeli doctors: Do not use COVID vaccines on children, Vaccinating children against COVID-19 is irresponsible and unethical].

Parents, do not be fooled. Schools can reopen safely even without COVID vaccination for children and young people. Forcing the experimental injections on children and young people puts them at high risk for adverse effects that potentially have life-long in impact [see Experimental mRNA vaccines could cause long term chronic illnesses, Peer-reviewed research shows mRNA vaccines can cause neurodegenerative diseases, Expert evaluation on adverse effects of the Pfizer-COVID-19 vaccination].

This is no longer just a “guess” on our part. There is a huge body of evidence showing this to be a fact [also read Long-term dangers of experimental mRNA shots, Study confirms possibility that vaccine recipients will face ADE injuries and deaths, Sweden, Denmark pause use of Moderna COVID vaccine for younger age groups due to side effects, FDA knew COVID vaccines would lead to severe adverse events, sanitized info was given to people to prevent vaccine-hesitancy].

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