German parents face JAIL if they don’t confine coronavirus-infected children to their own rooms

Tuesday, August 18, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Franz Walker
Tuesday, August 18, 2020

German parents whose children are suspected of being infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are being threatened with fines and even jail time if they don’t quarantine their children in their own rooms.

In the city of Bruchsal, in the southwest state of Baden-Wurttemberg, dozens of fourth-graders were sent home after a teacher was found to have caught COVID-19. Meanwhile, in the town of Dreieich near Offenbach, a kindergarten was shut down after a child of pre-school age tested positive for the coronavirus.

In both cases, the children brought a note from the local health authority that ordered the parents to not only make their children wear a mask at home but also instructed them to completely isolate the child from other family members during the two-week quarantine period, mealtimes included. (Related: A town in Germany prevented 40% of coronavirus infections by masking up.)

“Your child must avoid contact with other household members in the household by ensuring that there is a separation in time and space,” reads a letter from authorities to one family. “No meals together. Your child should preferably be alone in a room separate from other household members.”
Should parents be found to be disobeying these orders, the note warned that the children could be forcibly removed by authorities and quarantined in an isolation facility.

Order criticized by pro-family organizations


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