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We’ll have to check and see whether Sweden suffers from this, won’t we?

Toddlers’ speech and motor skills have dropped sharply in the wake of the pandemic, official data show.

Experts said that repeated lockdowns had left young children without the chance to play and learn how to communicate, setting back their development.

Sweden does provide us with that test case of how bad it would be without lockdowns. And all the public health people are going to investigate all of this, aren’t they?

Aren’t they?

9 thoughts on “We’ll have to check and see whether Sweden suffers from this, won’t we?”

  1. Bloke in North Dorset

    And while they’re at it they can run the numbers on teachers to see if there was any difference on severe cases and deaths. The last data I saw, admittedly some time ago, was no difference.

  2. That answers one of the questions about home schooling. But since it’s chiefly the elites who do this, one parent doesn’t need to work and sits at home all day when not out shopping for designer clothes and taking selfies with the bffs, who cares.

  3. Experts find there is much work for experts to do..

    FK how we got along without them for so many millennia.

  4. No doubt some of the little toddlekins will be right as rain in the end. Presumably some of the wee souls will be blighted for life.

    I don’t see what we can do about it now except hang the “experts” who got us here.

  5. Just as we get daily reports on what climate change is going to do to us, we are now going to be told of all the awful consequences – according to experts – of lockdowns. There’s money in it.

  6. Anyone with the average desk job knows that your speech and motor skills drop after one day at work.

  7. @BiND
    Sweden did that in 2020 and 2021. Teachers were at Lower risk than average. It was one of the safest jobs. We knew that would be the case as children didn’t spread Sars-Cov-2… until the poison jabs when jabbed became Typhoid Marys

    Good piece:
    Slowly the truth on “the jab” is coming out on more msm, albeit still cited as ‘extremely rare’ – 1 in 100 is Not Rare. However, ‘rare’ starting to be challenged too

    Pfizer’s Paxlovid Covid REBOUND Problem Is Confusing Scientists

    +1 Thanks

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