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Sisolak orders Mask Mandate for all K-12 Schools Despite No Recorded COVID Deaths under 18 in Nevada

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On Wednesday, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed an emergency directive which can only be described as flat-out child abuse. Despite the fact that NOT A SINGLE Nevada kid under 18 has died from the so-called pandemic since it started, the Governor has signed a mandate saying all K-12 students and staff in Clark and Washoe counties are required to wear masks in schools and on buses, regardless of vaccination status.

CDC Chart showing zero COVID deaths under 18 in Nevada
CDC Chart showing zero COVID deaths under 18 in Nevada

Not only have ZERO kids died in Nevada from this so-called pandemic, but 93% of the states deaths have been people over the age of 50, most of whom had at least three other serious health conditions.

CDC Chart showing COVID deaths by age group since the start of the so-called pandemic
CDC Chart showing all Nevada COVID deaths by age group since the start of the so-called pandemic started

“It is recommended that all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks inside school buildings to prevent transmission of the virus,” the new directive states.

Mandatory Weekly Testing for Traveling Students and Athletes

On top of the mask mandate, children will be subjected to more Psychological torment as any unvaccinated people involved in school-related travel outside of their county will be required to take mandatory COVID tests.

“All county school districts, charter schools, and private schools, regardless of county transmission level, shall
implement a regular COVID-19 testing program for students and staff or volunteers, including but not limited to
coaches, leaders, and advisors, who are not fully vaccinated and who are involved in traveling to other schools
or venues outside of the county for athletics and activities such as games, tournaments, competitions, concerts,
meets, or similar events.

Testing must occur at least once per week. If a student, staff member, or volunteer tests positive for COVID-19,
current CDC recommendations for isolation and quarantine must be followed.

This applies to students, staff and volunteers involved in athletics activities. The Nevada Interscholastic
Activities Association (NIAA) must promulgate a mandatory COVID-19 testing and mitigation plan for full-contact
and close-contact sports. The plan MUST require at a minimum weekly testing of coaches, staff and athletes
participating in these sports who are not fully vaccinated. The plan must include rules and guidance for the use
of face coverings by student athletes while both actively and not actively participating in the sporting activity.
o Prior to the commencement of competitions of full-contact and close-contact sports between separate
schools, the individual schools must implement the NIAA testing and mitigation plan and begin the
weekly testing protocols required by such.”

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