They are escalating the COVID-19 insanity.
Source: Shane Trejo
To stop the spread of COVID-19, health experts are now warning that people may need to get used to wearing masks inside of their own homes as the new normal.
KUTV is reporting that experts believe wearing masks in the home is necessary because children are going back to school. Even though there is no real evidence showing that kids going back to school is a major COVID-19 risk, they are exploiting the mass hysteria to create this new mandate.
“If they were to acquire the infection and bring it home to the rest of the family, it could impact those who are at higher risk for infection and could potentially experience a complicated case,” said Dr. Adam Hersh, a professor of pediatric infectious diseases and epidemiology specialist at the University of Utah Health.
“When we talk about schools reopening in the United States, the conversation is focused on using aggressive forms of mitigation of transmission. The cornerstones are universal face covering, physical distancing, and cohorting,” he added.
Hersh encourages Americans to remain very afraid of COVID-19, particularly while thinking of their children’s safety, so the mass hysteria can continue, and scientists can keep being worshiped and mindlessly obeyed by the clueless, hapless public.
“There is suggestion that younger children may be less contagious and/or more likely to be asymptomatic,” Hersh said. “Even if they are less contagious than adults in their household, they are still potentially contagious.”
While some may find the notion incredulous that the integrity of a scientist could ever be jeopardized, certain scientific “experts” have proposed Orwellian and heinously unethical measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Big League Politics has reported on how scientists want to taint the water supply with pharmacological drugs to stop people from committing suicide due to collective despair suffered due to the Draconian COVID-19 lockdowns:
Scientists in the United Kingdom are seriously proposing dosing the water supply with lithium to prevent people from committing suicide due to the despair caused by the COVID-19 lockdowns and mass hysteria.
Research has been published in The British Journal of Psychiatry indicating that the use of lithium can result in a lower suicide rate. British health “experts” are attempting to take this correlation and use it as an excuse to drug certain communities that are at risk.
“The prevalence of mental health conditions and national suicide rates are increasing in many countries. Worldwide, over 800,000 people die by suicide every year, and suicide is the leading cause of death among persons aged 15-24 years,” said Anjum Memon, lead author of the study and epidemiology chair at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, in a press release.
“In these unprecedented times of COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent increase in the incidence of mental health conditions, accessing ways to improve community mental health and reduce the incidence of anxiety, depression and suicide is ever more important,” he added.
It is being suggested that “randomized community trials” could take place where unsuspecting communities are drugged with lithium. However, this creates obvious ethical dilemmas, and the scientists are unsure of the amount of lithium that would be needed in the water supply to actually prevent suicides. Still, the medical experts seem dead set on putting their controversial proposal into action.
“The levels of lithium in drinking water are far lower than those recommended when lithium is used as medicine although the duration of exposure may be far longer, potentially starting at conception. These findings are also consistent with the finding in clinical trials that lithium reduces suicide and related behaviours in people with a mood disorder,” said Professor Allan Young, Chair of Mood Disorders at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London.
“The levels of lithium in drinking water are far lower than those recommended when lithium is used as medicine although the duration of exposure may be far longer, potentially starting at conception. These findings are also consistent with the finding in clinical trials that lithium reduces suicide and related behaviours in people with a mood disorder,” he added.
“Next steps might include testing this hypothesis by randomised community trials of lithium supplementation of the water supply, particularly in communities (or settings) with demonstrated high prevalence of mental health conditions, violent criminal behaviour, chronic substance abuse and risk of suicide. This may provide further evidence to support the hypothesis that lithium could be used at the community level to reduce or combat the risk of these conditions,” Memon said.
The system that is coming to fruition is similar to what Aldous Huxley predicted in his 1932 dystopian novel, “Brave New World,” in which the pharmacological drugging of society resulted in a citizenry loving their enslavement and servitude.
Scientists and medical experts are not letting this crisis go to waste, Rahm Emmanuel style, and taking full advantage of their scamdemic power grab.