Student anti-mask rally in Carlsbad
Carlsbad, California-San Diego announced on Friday that it held an event called “Smilefest” in Carlsbad on Saturday, advocating for children to choose masks to let them breathe and reopen San Diego Schools will need to wear masks Although the CDC guidelines say that fully vaccinated teachers and students do not need to wear masks in schools.
“At this point, it’s clear that they won’t do the right thing for our children unless the judge asks them to do it,” said Sharon McKeeman, the founder of Letting them breathe. “The most important thing is the impact on our children’s mental health. Many doctors say that our children need to return to normal. Their mental health is in crisis and they need to be able to smile again.”
She said the organization is working hard to file a lawsuit against the country, requiring students and teachers to choose to mask their faces in class.
At the same time, as the school year approaches, parent Marin Pierce is facing a difficult decision. She said that when the temperature rises, wearing a mask all day will cause her 9-year-old child to have headaches and dizziness.
“Now I have a week and a half to figure out if I want my child to drop out of school and quit my job. I am a nurse. I have served this community for more than 17 years. I have dealt with COVID patients. Knowing that we are out of the predicament,” said Marin Pierce. “Leave our kids alone, why do they wear masks?”