Outrage Erupts as N95 Masks Required: 10 Days My ASS!

In a controversial move, a Maryland elementary school has reinstated mask mandates, coinciding with President Biden’s public appearance donning a face mask.

Rosemary Hills Elementary School, located in the affluent Washington, D.C. suburb of Silver Spring, has reissued a mask requirement for both students and staff, specifically calling for the use of N95 masks.

Parents received a letter from the school administration explaining that this decision came after only THREE students tested positive for COVID.

According to the letter, “Additional KN95 masks have been distributed, and students and staff in identified classes or activities will be required to mask while in school for the next 10 days, except while eating or drinking. Masks will become optional again following the 10-day period.”

Sounds familiar, right?

Principal Irwin Kennedy also mentioned, “At-home rapid test kits will be sent home and made available for students.” Furthermore, he cited CDC guidance, emphasizing testing “5 days after an exposure (starting day 6)” or when symptoms arise.

The letter concludes with a commitment to reinforce hygiene practices, including thorough hand washing and adherence to cleaning and disinfection protocols.

Interestingly, this decision aligns with President Biden’s own mask-wearing display during a recent White House event, where he later removed his face covering.

The White House’s rationale for this move is tied to Biden’s wife, who, despite receiving multiple vaccinations and boosters, contracted COVID once again.