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Day 1 of mask mandate in #Scotland 10th July 2020

I had already decided I would not comply. We were on holiday at the time, in Perthshire

In the morning we took the family to an adventurer park with a soft play. Everyone was wearing a mask as they went in. I was nervous…

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Nothing was said, which was a relief for all parties - last thing we needed was a row in front of the kids & being denied entry to the park.

I felt sorry for the staff tbh, knowing they’d have to deal with flash points

Nothing was said over lunch either. Confidence grew😮‍💨

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On the way back to holiday lodge we stopped at a shop in Bankfoot for milk

There was a man standing outside the store. I asked if he was in the Q

Yes he said - ‘but you won’t be going in!’

Why?

‘Because you haven’t got a mask on!’ - pointing at the sign in the shop window

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CO2 Meter Reads Dangerous Levels within minutes

Imagine what this is doing to your child, wearing it all day!

Take The #Masks Off Immediately

#UnmaskOurChildren #Mask #UnmaskYourChildren #Unmask
#UnmaskOurKids #MasksInSchool
#MasksDontWork #MaskMandate
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The stain of the forced #masking of children will forever live on as an unparalleled and unequivocal moral abomination. A society that mainstreams institutionalized child abuse is a society that does not deserve to exist
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#NoMasksInClass is utter nonsense. I’m a Scottish student who has worn a mask for almost a full year and had no problem. We don’t need older people deciding what’s right for us, masks work and are not detrimental to learning. You cannot speak for pupils if you are not one.
What’s detrimental to learning is catching covid and missing school due to a lack of mitigation. I know this because it has happened to me
elpais.com/especiales/cor… This visualisation shows the effect of face masks on a classroom and different settings. They clearly work.
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I very rarely ask for RTs, but this deserves to be watched by as many as possible.

Stop punishing the kids, it’s unscientific and it’s morally WRONG.

We know what you really think @BorisJohnson ,end this madness.
#NoMasksInClass
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For any parent or teacher who believes that the Gvmt is being “guided by the science”, following “data not dates” & has the best interests of your children & family at heart, today is a good day to read these articles from @NafeezAhmed @BylineTimes.
There’s NOTHING “we are a grass roots parents group” about the people pulling the strings of government, resulting in decisions that have directly affected the lives of pupils, staff & families of both.

#UsForThem, aka #ForMeNotYou, do not care about YOUR CHILD or ANY STAFF!
Their #NoMasksInClass campaign, the results of which begin tomorrow, has nothing to do w/ education or keeping children safe.
The vast majority of children understand that being asked to #WearAMask at school is a very small price to pay for keeping others safe & them at school.
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"It's just a piece of cloth" and "I am saving lives". What is supposed to mean "I am very brave, smart and heroic"

A thread about a "piece of cloth" as a sign of a massive brainwash. It's aimed at those who know "a piece of cloth" don't stop infection, but wear it to conform.
It's me and you can see I am very happy. This is because I was admitted to the Young Pioneers.

The piece of cloth is a Pioneer's Red Necktie and it's a status symbol (brave, smart, heroic). It probably also stops viruses (well, to the same extent as the cloth masks do). Image
I was admitted in the first batch, among the best pupils. Less dedicated would have their ceremony a few weeks later, weak and naughty -- a year later.
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There were weirdos who would refuse The Red Tie. They refused to follow Communist Party teaching!
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@Lighthouse_MAT @gareth_beynon

Open letter to the headmaster of Chew Valley Secondary School and the Lighthouse Schools Partnership.

The government guidance on face coverings in secondary schools now recommends the wearing of these coverings in classrooms.
Not only have the government stopped short of mandating face coverings in classrooms but the new guidance was promptly followed up by a very clear statement that the guidance itself is voluntary. The updated guidance did not create any new legal obligations.
Public Health England recommend that children of secondary school age wear face coverings where a distance from others of 1m cannot be maintained and “there is widespread transmission in the area”.
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