Meanwhile, school children are more likely to die from suicide than COVID

Source: Kelen McBreen

A kindergarten teacher has gone viral for taking his class on a virtual Zoom “field trip” to the zoo.

The masked educator apparently failed to realize how small children might feel seeing their teacher out having fun while they sit in their houses.

With over 2 million views in less than 24-hours, the teacher can be seen incorrectly pronouncing “Taper” to the children after asking them to “be great readers.”

Next, the children were shown the Rhino and Orangutan habitats.

“So, you guys would come on another virtual field trip with me?” the teacher asked the class.

“Yaaaaasssssss,” the class responded, according to the educator’s TikTok.

Meanwhile, COVID deaths for kindergarten-age children is almost non-existent and transmission rates are extremely low.

Children 18 and younger make up about 0.01% of patients hospitalized with the virus and 0.0005% of associated mortalities.

A recent study titled, The Impact of COVID-19 on Pediatric Mental Health, revealed that, thanks to the coronavirus lockdowns, children are ten times more likely to die from suicide than from the coronavirus they’re meant to be protected from.

It’s time for Americans to stop forcing their children to wear masks and to go back to school!