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Sars-CoV-2 is a BioSafety Level 3 Pathogen

SARS-CoV-2 and tuberculosis are both considered  airborne BSL-3 pathogens. If you knew the air your child's school classrooms was heavily contaminated with tuberculosis and that sending your child to school would certainly result in a your child developing tuberculosis, would you still send them to get infected anyway? If not, then why are you sending them to be infected with SARS-CoV-2? What is your comfort level? Are you aware of the dangers of each Sars 2 infection on your child's body? This isn't a cold or flu.


Children are attending school infected with COVID.

1 in 4 U.S. Parents Lied About a Child's COVID Status

  • More than 50% admitted misleading others about their child having COVID or not following health recommendations because they wanted the freedom to do what they thought best.

  • About 43% said they didn’t tell others that their kids had COVID because they didn’t want them to miss school.

  • About 35% said they didn’t disclose that their child had COVID because they could not afford to miss work.

Examples of Other BioSafety Level 3 Pathogens

Safety Level PPE Required To Avoid Exposure to a BSL-3 Pathogen

State of the classroom

  • Crowded spaces

  • No PPE

  • No Ventilation or Air Filtration

  • No Smart Spacing

  • No Testing

  • No Quarantine

It's that simple, yet none of this is acceptable because a minority of the public object. The rights of the child are violated for all, especially the most vulnerable, the disabled, immune compromised and otherwise medically vulnerable, which includes all children who have already contacted COVID and those that have Long COVID.

CO2 Readings Monitor Air Quality

Smart Restart APS

<800 ppm CO2 = risks of airborne germs are low. For each 100 ppm over that, your risk increases. Acceptable levels require:

  • N95 respirator, elastomeric, KN95,KF94 masking

  • Ventilation

  • Filtration

Simple Ways to Make The Classroom Safer

  • Respirators: N95, Elastomerics, KN 95 or KF 95 (fit tested)

  • Corsi-Rosenthal Boxes or hepa filters in classroom

  • Ventilation

  • Spacing 

  • Testing

  • Trace & Quarantine during illness

  • Vaccine

  • See Safe Thu Simple Mitigation here.













Lifting Universal Masking in Schools — Covid-19 Incidence among Students and Staff

Among school districts in the greater Boston area, the lifting of masking requirements was associated with an additional 44.9 Covid-19 cases per 1000 students and staff during the 15 weeks after the statewide masking policy was rescinded.











Treating kids as invulnerable is treating them as disposable:

"The solutions for protecting kids can be gleaned from behaviors of wealthy elites, and they involve layering protections to create clean indoor air.


The recent World Economic Forum in Davos used the following safety systems:


  • mandatory daily PCR testing with ID-badge access linked to results,

  • new “state-of-the-art ventilation systems”,

  • HEPA purifiers everywhere,

  •  masking and, 

  • virus-killing UV lighting systems.


Our children deserve these protections, in their schools and elsewhere.


These measures, along with boosters, are in fact the only currently existing ways of reducing the public health need for universal indoor masking. "

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