The video shows whether it's necessary for children to wear masks.

  • 2021-04-12
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The video shows a roundtable meeting of DeSantis and a group of public-health experts who've questioned the effectiveness of lockdown restrictions and other measures to slow the coronavirus' spread. The video in question remains live on the site of The American Institute for Economic Research, which organized the declaration.

Among the people in the video is Scott Atlas, the former advisor to President Donald Trump; the Oxford epidemiologist Sunetra Gupta; the Harvard professor Martin Kulldorff; and Stanford University's Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. All are prominent lockdown skeptics.

DeSantis in the video asked whether it was necessary for kids to wear masks to slow the spread of infections. Members of the roundtable said it was not.

"There's no scientific rationale or logic to have children wear masks in schools," Atlas said at one point.

YouTube and other social-media sites have introduced new policies during the coronavirus pandemic to limit the spread of misinformation about COVID-19 and measures required to counter it.

The World Health Organization says only children under 5 should not have to wear masks. It says those ages 6 to 11 should wear them if there are high transmission rates in the local area and children ages 12 and over should wear them in the same conditions as adults.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says children can get infected with the coronavirus and transmit it to others, hence the need for masks in schools. It says that the risk of them getting seriously ill is smaller.

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