'I note that HIQA have concluded that as of right now they are not recommending masks in Primary school'. Health Minister @DonnellyStephen says one aspect of HIQA’s advice is that masks may impede language development.#TonightVMTV pic.twitter.com/jVCiVk8xcJ
— TonightVMTV (@TonightVMTV) August 31, 2021
Norma Foley and the Dept of Education seem to be contradicting themselves in various statements or interviews. But, sure what’s new in the last two years? All part of the organised chaos and fear.
Covid-19: Teachers will not be required to show proof of jab – and The carbon dioxide monitors – at a cost of €4 million – will be distributed to schools in August and September. Lets wait to see who the supplier is – 15 Aug 2021
Department to issue blanket vaccine guidelines to schools – 27 July 2021
Education Minister confident schools will reopen as planned – On the issue of vaccines for children, Minister Foley said the “expertise” lies with the National Immunisation Advisory Committee, from which the department will take guidance. All staff in schools will also have been offered a Covid-19 vaccine by the start of the new school term. – 26 July 2021
The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO), which represents more than 43,000 teachers at primary level, has called on the government to ensure its members are vaccinated before the new school year.