Last week I received a letter from my children’s school district.
“We will start the school year this fall – in-person, five days a week – strongly recommending that all students and staff in our buildings, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings,” Lisa Sayles-Adams, superintendent of Eastern Carver County Schools in Minnesota, wrote. “At this time, we are not requiring face coverings.”
This was welcome news. My children—like most, I imagine—have expressed their dislike for wearing masks all day long, which was the practice last school year (when school was open). They struggled all year with COVID-19 protocols.
This summer, my son said he was enjoying school much more, and his enjoyment was visible. I asked him about it.
“We don’t have to wear masks now,” he told me.
There are now 9,125 reported deaths from the COVID-19 vaccinations across the United States this year.
The number of deaths linked to vaccines this year has absolutely skyrocketed. According to the CDC’s own data, in 2021 n the first 3 months, the VAERS website recorded over 1,750 deaths due to vaccines in the US.
Last week they were reporting 6,985 deaths, and this week that number jumped up 2,043 to 9,048.
That number is now at 9,195
“The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database contains information on unverified reports of adverse events (illnesses, health problems and/or symptoms) following immunization with US-licensed vaccines. Reports are accepted from anyone and can be submitted electronically at www.vaers.hhs.gov.”
There have been 411,931 adverse reactions reported to the vaccine.
Also, last week there were 1,505 COVID-19 deaths in the United States.
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