School District in New York Sends out Email Warning Parents of Their Children’s Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Translated by: MOS Media Team -CloudSky

Eastport-South Manor Central School District (ESM) in Suffolk County, New York sent out an email to all parents informing them about the new physician in their district. The new hiring was part of the new regulations regarding Sudden Cardiac Arrest of students Grades K- 12.

It is reported that the school district has prompted a new regulation. This new regulation asked: All districts are now required to ensure that nurses and coaches can address the treatment and monitoring of students who exhibit signs and symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest. In addition, districts are required to make sure that all staffs are aware of the warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest and what to do if a person experiences this symptom. A questionnaire was attached to the email asking parents to provide their children’s heart health information to the school doctor.

In this regard, a parent anxiously said, “I find it disturbing that they are now bringing on the new medical staff who specialize in sudden cardiac arrest. Considering we are seeing a lot of adolescents and athletes dying days after getting their COVID shots, it seems they are preparing for this.”

New York is approaching the deadline for mandatory vaccination for children, and the email is very suspicious and disturbing.

According to official information, as early as November: The school district’s Education Committee issued a statement to the New York governor Kathy Hochul, expressing its firm opposition to compulsory vaccination for children. They believe that the executive order is an excessive expansion of government power.

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