DeSantis continues to punish districts for imposing masks despite legal restrictions. As Florida continues to have high rates of the COVID-19 disease in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis last week overturned a judge's ruling lifting the governor's ban on wearing masks in schools. The judge ruled that DeSantis' ban was "unconstitutional."
At least 13 Florida counties have decided to wear school masks, putting the governor at legal risk. Ban. DeSantis' move to appeal, as expected, is raising concerns and intensifying the governor's engagement with parents, school boards, public health advisors, medical professionals and the deadly coronavirus, who has not shown an interest in philosophy. or legal arguments.
DeSantis attempted to block requests for school masks by issuing an executive order at the end of July. The order was based on the July 1 charter of parental rights in the state. Last Friday, Leon County Coordinator John Cooper rescinded DeSantis' order, stating that the bill's main legal system allows policies such as mask orders to be "reasonable and necessary to achieve compelling interests." According to Cooper, the use of masks in schools is legal by law as long as parents have a way to get the school board to consider it reasonable and necessary.Advertising
In addition, Cooper concluded that mask commands seem logical and necessary in reality. "Evidence presented in the trial shows that face mask policies following CDC guidelines are reasonable and consistent at this time. The best scientific and medical guidance and public opinion at this time," Cooper said during the oral presentation. is over.
READ MORE Banning use of school masks by Santis violates state constitution, judge laws Because of this decision, new data uses face masks only as part of a layered approach to limiting the spread of COVID-19 in the community. On September 1, researchers conducted the results of one of the largest studies of high-quality masks and found that surgical masks were effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19M. The study, which included more than 340,000 adults in Bangladesh, was conducted by researchers at Stanford University and Yale University, and posted online in a pre-printed form.
The use of face masks, especially for largely unvaccinated children, has been previously recommended by leading public health and infectious disease professionals. While children are relatively less likely to develop severe illness and die from COVID-19, they are still quite capable of getting sick — even seriously — and passing the virus on to peers and adults.
Delta virus cases and vaccines not yet available for children under 12, cases of COVID-19 are on the rise among children across the country, hospitalizations in children's hospitals from late June to nearly triple since mid August. Children also make up a larger proportion of the general COVID-19 cases in the pandemic. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children have accounted for about 15 percent of all COVID-19 cases since the onset of the pandemic. But their percentage rose to 22.4 percent in the week ending August 26. Students, visitors, etc. - regardless of vaccination status. Florida Flaming
Masking, vaccination, and other public health practices were of particular interest to Florida. The sharpest and highest increase in Quid 19 among states in recent weeks. The Sunshine State recently surpassed previous records in new daily cases, hospitalizations and deaths. The number of new cases is currently expected to average 20,000 per day, and cases averaged around 15,000 in January. The death rate is also at its highest at around 240 per day. The number of hospitalizations of children has increased in the past, with an average of 68 cases per day now being admitted to the hospital and it is increasing. Most of the new cases and nearly all of the hospitalizations and deaths were among unvaccinated individuals. Only 53 percent of Florida's population has been fully vaccinated.
Read more about school mask battles as more children get sick and fill hospitals. According to August data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released on Friday, emergency room visits and hospitalizations for children and teens are lower in states with lower vaccination coverage and in states with higher vaccination coverage. In a letter to DeSantis last month, more than 800 governors criticized doctors for "recklessly" ordering the use of masks and failing to take further steps to promote the vaccine to eligible individuals. “For vaccinated children, the only protection they have against COVID-19 is to wear a mask, and so do those around them,” the doctors wrote. "What makes us sad and upset is that doctors are watching children suffer painlessly while Governor Decantis refuses simple protections like masks and vaccinations...Enough. Florida." .
In addition to appealing last week's court ruling, DeSantis is also working to penalize education departments that mandate mask use. The Florida Education Commissioner announced Monday that the state is blocking Alachua and Barward budgets for the use of masks. The commission previously sent letters to Nine school districts warn against non-compliance with mask instructions and also threaten budget cuts.
DeSantis is still struggling with masks - despite the coronavirus wave, court losses, expert advice, and more.
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