Free condoms will be given to students over the age of 10 in all private schools in Chicago, America
Countries around the world seem ready to reopen colleges and schools due to the decreasing effect of the corona epidemic and vaccination. Such a strange order has been passed in Chicago of America. In fact, according to the new policy for public schools in Chicago, USA, all private school management will have to provide condoms for free to students of class five or above. After this decision of the administration, people have become very angry and this decision is being fiercely opposed. An order has been issued that it will be mandatory to give condoms free of cost to students above the age of 10 years in all private schools, this order is telling shameful and sick mentality among parents.
According to the information, this new policy was to be implemented in December 2020, but due to the closure of schools due to Corona epidemic, it could not be implemented completely. The new policy calls for a condom availability program for schools in class V and above. Chicago Public Schools (CPS) said free condoms would be provided by Chicago Public Health in its ongoing effort to reduce the spread of sexually transmitted diseases among students, including HIV infection and unwanted pregnancies.
A top doctor, Kenneth Fox, acknowledged that the decision could lead to some complex problems, but it was important to protect the health of the students. Fox said it was the school’s responsibility to communicate the decision. Tell the parents of the students, which states that condoms are available to students for free and in a very simple way, and for this, the schools will have to write to the parents and tell them.” Fox said, “Essentially what we do What he wants is to provide condoms to students when they feel they need them.” “When you don’t have those protections, and don’t provide those resources, bad things happen to young people.”
Let us tell you that there are more than 600 schools in the Chicago public school system, most of which are in fifth grade or higher. Under the new rule, elementary schools will initially receive 250 condoms from the Chicago Department of Public Health, while high schools will be given 1,000 condoms for free. When condoms run out in schools, it will be the responsibility of the principal to get them again from the health department.