Unelected Ontario public health officials want to segregate your children based on whether or not they’re vaccinated.
That is the gist of the latest direction by Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore.
During a regular COVID-19 press conference earlier this week, a smug Dr. Moore told Ontarians that kids who have not received the vaccine in the following school year will be subject to virtual suspensions if it is alleged they were near an active case. Meanwhile, vaccinated peers will receive special treatment and will be exempt from the punishment, allowing them to remain in school.
Ontario CMOH, Dr. Moore, joyfully telling parents that vaccinated children and unvaccinated children will be subjected to two different sets of rules in school.
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“There will be a different approach to those that are vaccinated. If you are two-dose vaccinated plus fourteen days we will offer you a test if you have been in contact with a high-risk person, so, someone that’s had ongoing fever, cough and increasing shortness of breath. If you test negative you can go right back to school,” said Dr. Moore.
“If you are not immunized and you’ve been in-contact with a high-risk contact you will be off for a minimum of ten days so you will have to get two tests, one initially and another around day seven, if that test on day seven is positive, you’re off for another ten days. You can see that there’s potential for up to 20 days from school directly because you weren’t immunized and because you’re infectious to others and putting others at risk.”
Watching Dr. Moore gleefully talking about separating children based on their medical history should be chilling considering the Ontario government’s other anti-children pandemic policies.
The move would effectively create a second class of schoolchildren who will be subject to authoritarian supervision for their own personal health choices while vaccinated children will receive better access to in-person education.
Apparently kids aren’t suffering enough from depression and the myriad other physical and mental health problems that come with lockdowns.
According to a report by Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, 70% of kids in Ontario between 12 to 18 suffered from depression due to the government’s decision to lockdown the province and shutter the schools.
Despite these worrying statistics and the numerous children’s health groups that have called for the government to ease its crackdown on kids, Premier Doug Ford seems to want to continue to make children suffer for his failed pandemic policies.