Children are suffering badly as a result of Germany’s lockdown policy, with a report describing them as the country’s “biggest losers” post-COVID.
A report on Germany’s medical situation by the health insurance agency Barmer found that children in the country face significant risks after the lockdown, with the document’s authors now anticipating a rise in childhood illnesses in the wake of the pandemic.
The claim follows another report from the country earlier this year that claimed around three out of four children had been left suffering psychologically after the country’s intermittent lockdown, which ended up being one of the longest in Europe.
According to Parmer a reportThe country’s young children will now be at greater risk, as the agency expects a surge in pediatric illnesses in the wake of the country’s reopening.
Experts attribute this upcoming rise mainly to fewer infections during the pandemic, with the number of cases of some childhood illnesses such as chickenpox halving during the lockdown.
“Children are the biggest losers from the Corona pandemic,” said Christoph Straub, CEO of the insurance agency and trained physician, regarding the situation.
He continued, “They have suffered a lot of deprivation, and today they bear the consequences of that on their health.” “The impending wave of scarlet fever in school children is just one example of the many infectious diseases.”
He went on to say that it is important for Germany to learn the “right lessons” in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic in order to ensure that the “negative effects” of the lockdowns do not recur in the country again.
The German government says that three out of four children suffer psychologically after the lockdownhttps://t.co/2loAuInMVV
– BreitbartLondon February 10, 2023
Barmer’s study is only the latest report from within the country to suggest that German children will suffer greatly as a result of the lockdown in the country, with even children within the country’s progressive government expressing concern about the situation in which they have left the nation’s youth.
As it has long been understood that the measures will greatly affect childhood learning for young children affected by the lockdown, recent studies have revealed the significant psychological impact of the strict restrictions on young people in Germany.
A report published by the government last month found that about 73 percent of children in the country had been left with some psychological problems as a result of the lockdown, with the health minister, Karl Lauterbach, acknowledging the country’s decision to close so far. Schools and child care facilities early in the pandemic turned out to be a bad idea.
The damage is not limited to Germany. Other countries in Europe and beyond have seen children struggle in the post-lockdown world, with the UK seeing a rise in young people needing speech therapy, apparently as a result of the COVID lockdown.
Meanwhile, those involved in childcare in the country have shared many anecdotes about children arriving at primary school unable to say their names, with some children entering kindergarten without even being toilet trained properly.
“We have kids who still drink from bottles with nipples when they start school,” said one principal in the country. “They’re four years old and their language will include the word ‘bot-bot’, because that’s their communication of ‘Can I have a drink, please?'”
Post-lockdown era: Children attending primary school unable to say their name – report https://t.co/YdM7gySKSU
– BreitbartLondon June 13, 2022
Follow Peter Caddle on Twitter: @employee
Follow Breitbart London on Facebook: Breitbart London
DISCLAIMER:- Denial of responsibility! olorinews.com is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org The content will be deleted within 24 hours.