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Is it really safe to send unvaccinated children to school, as COVID-19 pandemic has not yet ended?

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Priyanka Chakraborty
Priyanka Chakraborty
Hey Everyone, my name is Priyanka and I am from India. Well, I am a Student, Author, Writer, Poet, Blogger, Podcast host, Youtuber, Columnist, Activist for Climate & Education and wanted to do more in future. I love writing and reading. I hope you like my Articles. Thank you!

Let’s know Few Points or facts:

So, we all know that in India, nowadays in news or in internet sources we are hearing of that from 15 February 2022 schools or classes from nursery to all class are going to reopen.

It is believed that as COVID-19 cases are decreasing day by day in India, BUT DOES IT REALLY MEAN COVID-19 HAS ENDED? THE ANSWER IS NO, COVID-19 IS STILL A GLOBAL PANDEMIC.

In India a huge number of people are vaccinated that includes ALL ADULTS AND CHILDREN FROM AGE GROUP 15-18 YEARS OF AGE!

  • Points to keep in mind:

1. As Children Below the AGE OF 15 ARE NOT YET VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19, it’s not really safe for them to attend offline or physical classes.

2. Small Children are tend to forgot all the Covid-19 precautionary methods as soon as they meet their friends or classmates.

3. COVID-19 can harm children’s health in many ways.

I Personally believes that children who are vaccinated against COVID-19 can visit physical classes i. e. Students from classes 9 to 12 and above can visit school.

Younger children from class nursery to 8 class can attend Online classes, as they don’t really have burden of studies and their levels of education is easy.

For this every parent should understand that as COVID-19 pandemic has not yet ended and therefore it’s better to continue Online classes for them also parents should look after their children as well while they are attending online classes and should make sure they are learning well and also help them with their studies.

Always remember HEALTH IS WEALTH and each and every small children’s lives matter and they are our futures. Each and every children love their parents so there’s no point that children are depressed by not going to school.

Well, looking forward for the children living in villages as we all know children living in villages or rural or remote areas they didn’t have access to internet or technology to access online learning so they can have offline classes as in those areas classes are took place in open areas like in the shade of a tree, etc.

Also for the kids for age group 15-18, should always check their temperatures on a regular basis and should also make sure they are not having any symptoms of Coronavirus. If any symptoms of Coronavirus are seen then they should immediately take a doctor’s advice or visit to a doctor ASAP.

Through this Article I wanted to share each and everyone that it’s not really the safe time to send our small children to school to attend physical, who are yet not vaccinated as it not safe for them.

THANK YOU READERS!

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Priyanka Chakraborty
Priyanka Chakraborty
Hey Everyone, my name is Priyanka and I am from India. Well, I am a Student, Author, Writer, Poet, Blogger, Podcast host, Youtuber, Columnist, Activist for Climate & Education and wanted to do more in future. I love writing and reading. I hope you like my Articles. Thank you!
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