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Dr Saphier on ‘Fox & Friends’: ‘History will reflect poorly’ on mask mandates for toddlers


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Dr. Nicole Saphier joined “Fox & Friends” on Monday to address the mask mandate still in place for toddlers ages 2-4 in New York City. Dr Saphier stressed that this age group has not been severely affected by the coronavirus and that there are therapeutic and preventive measures to help slow the spread to those at risk.

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DR. Nicole Saphier: I am a doctor and mother of three children. First, the COVID-19 restrictions have demonstrated the selfishness of adults as [there’s been] total indifference and neglect towards our children. You’ve seen Mayor Adams dance at the Grammys and do other things, all the while saying our preschoolers need to be masked. History is going to paint a very bad picture of some of these measures, especially in terms of school closures, business closures, lockdowns, because we know they had serious and devastating consequences. …Remember, the United States is the only place in the world that recommends face coverings for this young population. And the main thing is that we have vaccines, we have boosters, we have high quality masks. It’s time to ease the burden on children to protect others. … It is time for us as a community to move forward. …Take off the masks of our young children.

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