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Study of the health effects of the masks in children / adolescents

Children and young people are increasingly wearing masks in everyday life, especially in schools. As RKI reports, this situation will not change for the time being. However, there are no studies as to whether and to what extent this can result in health disadvantages. If the wearing of masks is recommended for children and adolescents or if they are forced to do so, it should be ensured that it does not cause any damage to their health. It is therefore necessary to obtain this knowledge as quickly as possible in order to be able to adapt the handling of the masks accordingly. Since we are experiencing these measures in this dimension for the first time, we have no empirical values. The findings of the required study would be existential, especially for children in the growth phase. We are responsible for our children and therefore it is our duty to protect their health. I would like everyone to support this petition and to be able to submit it to the Ministry of Health as soon as possible.

https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/studie-zu-gesundheitlichen-auswirkungen-der-masken-bei-kindern-jugendlichen-kein-risiko-eingehen

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