Adults wearing masks as a result of covid lockdown rules has created a generation of babies who struggle to understand “basic facial expressions” and have stunted speech and language development.

The conclusion is based on an Ofsted report that warns of serious delays in learning caused by lockdown restrictions.

“Children turning two years old will have been surrounded by adults wearing masks for their whole lives and have therefore been unable to see lip movements or mouth shapes as regularly,” states the report.

Despite a highly contentious debate over the effectiveness of face masks, mothers giving birth were forced to wear face coverings in NHS hospitals.

One mother, Rosie Brown, explained how she had a panic attack when a face mask was slapped on her by nurses despite the fact she suffers from emetophobia, a phobia of vomit.

Despite the trauma, Brown said she didn’t question it because, “we have become so conditioned to wearing them.”

As we previously highlighted, toddlers are having difficulties learning to crawl, while young children need help with basic tasks such as putting on their coats and blowing their noses.

The Ofsted report once again emphasizes how those who claimed the moral high ground by wearing masks were actually responsible for causing serious developmental disorders in children.

Hope they feel good about themselves now.

We previously highlighted another study out of Germany which found that the reading ability of children has plummeted compared to pre-covid times thanks to lockdown policies that led to the closure of schools.

Speech therapist Jaclyn Theek said that mask wearing during the pandemic has caused a 364% increase in patient referrals of babies and toddlers.

“They’re not making any word attempts and not communicating at all with their family,” she said, adding that symptoms of autism are also skyrocketing.

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