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Since the so-called vaccine has not yet been approved for children under 12, school administrators and parents are wondering what will happen when school opens in a few weeks. Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb tells us about the latest recommendations.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has given the teachers' unions a new stick with which to hit children.
The organization representing America's pediatricians issued new guidelines on Monday recommending "everyone older than age 2 wear masks, regardless of vaccination status."
Within hours, a teachers association in Florida gave the mask mandate for children a big thumbs-up.
The following day, the women on The View weighed in.
Sara Haines: "I think this is what we need to do. Science has shown itself. And the pandemic has become that of the unvaccinated."
A study from Germany, scheduled for publication in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), said "the evidence base is weak" for nose-and-mouth mask mandates for children.
On Friday, JAMA issued a retraction of its article.
It was shortly after this retraction the AAP issued its mask mandate recommendation.
Many parents are outraged.
Mother at school board meeting: "You will end the mask requirement tonight."
It's likely in the coming weeks, pressure to mask children and vaccinate all teachers will grow.