Locally there are anecdotal reports of children developing infantigo and also severe scarring acne. If anyone has substantive reliable links, please provide them. In the meantime:
Should kids have to wear masks at school? And, if so, for how long?
Eighteen states require kids—in some cases as young as age 2—to mask all day in class, and nine states have banned school districts from requiring masks.
In July, Republican Governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order banning mask mandates in Florida school districts, writing that "a right to normal education is imperative to the growth and development of our children and adolescents." DeSantis was influenced by parents like Tina Descovich, a former member of Florida's Brevard County School Board and co-founder of Moms for Liberty, which has 160 chapters and more than 70,000 members nationwide.
"We support parental choice in masking, always," Descovich tells Reason. "We believe a parent has the ultimate authority…the fundamental right to guide and direct the upbringing, the medical care and the education of their children."
Descovich says mask requirements have driven parental engagement to a level that she's never seen before, and that many have
come to her with photos of their kids' faces with MRSA and infantigo,
which are types of staph infections. Their concerns are very practical
she says. "These parents are not out for a crusade." READ MORE AT https://reason.com/video/2021/12/28/do-kids-really-need-to-wear-masks-at-school/