Los Angeles school children will be forced to wear non-cloth masks ‘at all times’
Los Angeles Unified School district (LAUSD) now requires students to wear more comfortable cloth masks than traditional surgical masks.
On Monday, the school district stated that it would be implementing the new policy. “masking will be required at all times, indoors and outdoors,”Children will need to have their own clothes “well-fitting, non-cloth masks with a nose wire.”
Shannon Haber spokeswoman for district. She stated that although Covid-19 rates have dropped in schools, district officials are still able to provide information. “continuing to be diligent and agile in creating the safest learning environment.”
Haber claims that California’s health officials influenced Haber to change the rules regarding masks. California has ranked cloth masks the highest in terms of safety. “least effective”Covid-19 is not recommended.
Los Angeles Unified School district has established other stringent policies, such as weekly Covid-19 testing of students and staff for spring season. “regardless of vaccination status,”Daily health screenings and the need for every child to have a booster and be fully vaccinated are two of the many things that must be done.
“Vaccinations remain a key element in reducing the impact of COVID-19 on individuals and communities, and will be required for students 12 and older at the start of the Fall 2022 semester,”District declared the following: “anyone 5 years or older is eligible for the two-dose Pfizer vaccine” and that “booster shots are available for anyone 12 and older.”
While Democrat cities and states were generally supportive of using masks to educate schoolchildren, some Republican states have outlawed them.
Last week, Virginia’s newly sworn-in Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin rescinded a mandate from his predecessor that required children to wear masks in schools, while some school districts across the US have given parents the opportunity to ‘opt out’ from child mask policies.
Texas is fighting to ban school-mask policies. Texas courts have fought federal judges to try to restore them.