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German Daycares Promote ‘Sexual Exploration Rooms’ where Children can Engage in Sexual Games, COVID-19 Mask Mandates Returning, and more!
German daycares promote ‘sexual exploration rooms’ where children can engage in sexual games
Several daycare centers in Germany are reportedly considering or have already implemented "sexual exploration rooms" where children can engage in sexual games and discover what they find pleasurable.
According to several reports, two nurseries in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia have discussed plans to promote safe spaces where young children can explore masturbation.
When asked for comment by the German newspaper Die Welt, the North Rhine-Westphalia children's ministry, headed by Green Josephine Paul, said the "sexual behavior by children" could not be "prevented" and said they had no intention of contacting the daycare centers.
Die Welt reported that one daycare in Kerpen offers children the "freedom to try out childish sexuality." The daycare also said that sexual self-pleasure on its property is of "great importance," insisting that "masturbation is normal."
COVID-19 Mask Mandates Returning to Some Hospitals, Offices
There are reports circulating that colleges, hospitals, and some officials have started to re-implement COVID-19 mask mandates, although hospitalizations still remain relatively low.
Atlanta's Morris Brown College announced on social media this week that it is re-implementing its mask mandate over what it said was an increase in positive COVID-19 cases among students at the Atlanta University Center. The college also said it would mandate isolation and quarantine regimens under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines as well as contact tracing.
"All students and employees are required to wear face masks (staff may remove in their offices while alone)," the announcement said.
The college also told students to maintain "physical distancing" and said there will be no large student gatherings or parties for the next two weeks. It will also mandate students and employees to get their temperatures checked when they arrive at the campus.
Kentucky school district cancels classes less than two weeks into year due to Covid, flu and strep outbreaks
Less than two weeks into the school year, a Kentucky school district has canceled in-person classes for the rest of the week after nearly a fifth of its students came down with Covid, strep throat, the flu and other illnesses.
The Lee County School District, which has just under 900 students, began classes Aug. 9 but noticed attendance drop to about 82% on Friday, Superintendent Earl Ray Schuler said.
By Monday, the rate dipped to 81%, and 14 staff members called in sick, Schuler said.
The district canceled classes Tuesday and Wednesday and will shift to remote learning Thursday and Friday. Extracurricular activities, including sports practices and games, have been canceled through the week to allow for a deep clean of the schools, Schuler said.
“We’re sanitizing our buses and our buildings and giving our staff and our students time to heal,” he said.
It may be time to break out the masks against Covid, some experts say
(CNN) - If you’re at high risk of serious illness or death from COVID-19, it’s time to dust off those N95 masks and place them snugly over your nose and mouth to protect yourself from a recent uptick of the virus, according to a growing number of experts.
That advice should go all the way up to 80-year-old President Joe Biden, said Dr. Jonathan Reiner, a cardiologist.
“Octogenarians comprise the highest-risk group for complications following Covid infection,” Reiner said.
“At least until the numbers start to drop again, it would be appropriate for President Biden to take some precautions and wear a mask in crowds.”
Other high-risk groups include people with diabetes, cancer, chronic liver, kidney or lung disease, organ or stem cell transplants, HIV or other immunocompromising conditions, a history of heart disease or stroke, dementia or mental health issues.
“If you’re a caregiver for somebody who is at increased risk of complication following infection, then I think you should also consider putting a mask on in public places,” said Reiner, a professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
“And since the masks that are most effective are N95 that are now readily available, that’s the kind of mask you should wear,” he added.
Ambulance Call Volumes Contradict the COVID-19 Narrative
Emergency Medical Service Activity Dropped in 2020, Increased in 2021-2022
If COVID-19 Was so Horrific and the ‘Vaccines’ Were so Effective, This Should Show Up in Emergency Medical Services Data, Shouldn’t It?
Remember, COVID-19 was presumably killing and maiming massive numbers of Canadians in 2020. This is when the virus was new, the population was supposedly immunologically naïve, and the most vulnerable were still among us. Then came the ‘vaccines’ in early 2021 that public messaging guaranteed would prevent people from getting COVID-19 and transmitting SARS-CoV-2. The messaging then morphed to try to convince people that the goal all along was to merely dampen the severity of COVID-19. Regardless of the goalposts being moved, public health officials were clear that they had found an almost perfectly safe and effective way to combat COVID-19-induced deaths and serious illnesses so life could return to the new normal. If this storyline were true, one would hypothesize this would show up as a massive increase in the call volumes for ambulances in 2020, followed by a return to pre-2020 numbers in 2021 and beyond.
I had seen some regional ambulance data that contradicted this hypothesis. But, on its own, it didn’t seem to carry a lot of weight. Recently, however, I came across more publicly available data that tell a similar story…
Biden-Appointed Judge Blocks Georgia Law Banning Sex Change Hormones for Children
United States District Judge Sarah Geraghty, appointed by Joe Biden, has blocked part of a Georgia law that bans sex change hormones for minors.
The law bans most sex change-related surgeries and hormone replacement therapies for those under 18. The surgery prohibition remains in place.
Puberty blockers were not banned, and doctors who prescribed hormone replacements for minors before the law took effect were allowed to continue.
The Georgia General Assembly passed the law earlier this year, and it went into effect in July.
One month before the legislation became law, the parents of four children who claim to be transgender filed a lawsuit attempting to stop it.
Secret Letter to CDC: Top Epidemiologist Suggests Agency Misrepresented Scientific Data to Support Mask Narrative
Documents recently obtained from the National Institutes of Health suggest public health officials used inaccurate information and misrepresented medical research to advance their policy objective that masks prevent severe COVID-19 and virus transmission—despite opposing scientific evidence received from experts.
In a recently obtained letter (pdf) sent in November 2021 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), top epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, and seven colleagues informed the agency it was promoting flawed data and excluding data that did not reinforce their narrative.
UK Doctors Group Concerned Over Children in COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
A doctors group is questioning the ethics of a partnership between Moderna and NHS centres around England in a clinical trial of a new mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for children and adults over 12.
Doctors from HART, an organisation that was set up to share concerns about policy relating to COVID-19, have expressed concerns about the trial as they believe COVID-19 vaccine boosters are unlikely benefit to children. Furthermore, they have also questioned payment incentives.
In June, NextCOVE, a Phase 3 clinical trial conducted by Moderna, commenced. This was to study a new investigational vaccine as a booster dose in children and adults to "learn more about how it works in the body."