Children not a ‘vector of transmission’ of COVID-19, nor at risk from it themselves
Official evidence shows that children have nothing to fear from COVID–19, nor are they ‘super spreaders’ of the disease.
Stanford study: Lockdowns have no significant effect in reducing COVID-19, may even spread it
‘we fail to find an additional benefit of stay-at-home orders and business closures’
Asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 didn’t occur at all, study of 10 million finds
Only 300 asymptomatic cases in the study of nearly 10 million were discovered, and none of those tested positive for COVID-19.
- COVID-19: Just the facts
How deadly is COVID-19? Do lockdowns work? Are lockdowns harmful? Does social distancing work? Are the vaccines effective? Are the vaccines safe? Do masks work? Are masks safe? Answers to these and the other key questions, all fully referenced from peer-reviewed research and leading authorities.
- Study shows how masks are harming children
The problems that children are having wearing masks include increased irritability, headaches, difficulty concentrating, less happiness, reluctance to go to school, malaise, impaired learning and drowsiness or fatigue