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How many children were killed by religion this way?
« on: December 31, 2019, 05:31:29 AM »

This was on 1st. December. Now we have the 31st. of December. How many children got infected after the 1st. December because their insane parents or other relatives took them out of the house?

How many children were killed by religion this way?

We now know of 81 dead, with a death rate of 1:69. That is one of the worst cases on earth.


Here are some voices PRO church ban. But why was it not followed? Why were children gathered in groups outside of their homes?

https://www.samoaobserver.ws/category/street_talk/54132

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Public support the ban of children from church service due to measles (Photo: Misiona Simo )
By Jotham Ulutoa, 01/12/2019


Alofa Isaia, 25, Afega (Photo: Misiona Simo )
Alofa Isaia, 25, Afega

I think there should be a ban on young children from attending church services as they are the ones most vulnerable to measles. Keeping them at home is the best option in order to lessen the risks of spreading the virus. If the children are allowed in church this will make the measles spread to other children and make them sick. For us adults we can handle the pain but the children cannot and this is why I totally support the ban on children from church services.


Fotu Faafetai, 37, Savaii (Photo: Misiona Simo )
Fotu Faafetai, 37, Savaii

I totally support the ban on children from church services to prevent the measles from spreading from one child to another. Measles can spread fast and affect everyone and the children are the most vulnerable. Church service is a part of our everyday life but the health of our children is more important to us. I have children as well and I know how painful it will be if my child got the measles and loses his or her life.


Aisepka Lokeni, 57, Nu’u (Photo: Misiona Simo )
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Aisepka Lokeni, 57, Nu’u

We should listen to the advice from the church ministers to ban children from attending church services, as the risk of them spreading the measles to other kids is high. The Bible says we have to obey our leaders, and that is why we should listen to our leaders and save our children and vulnerable people from dying. I totally support the ban to prevent measles from spreading even faster.


John Ale, 50, Vaitele Fou (Photo: Misiona Simo )
John Ale, 50, Vaitele Fou

I support the ban on children from attending church service because this will prevent measles from getting spread to other children, and getting the other children infected. We all want to go to church, but going to church service with children who have measles – they will only spread it and this will affect other children, and the disease will spread.


Fotulafai Reupena, 61, Vaitele Fou (Photo: Misiona Simo )
Fotulafai Reupena, 61, Vaitele Fou

I take off my hat to the government for the decision to ban children from attending church services and public areas due to the measles outbreak. We should protect them from the virus. I read media reports of many children losing their lives from measles, if this fatalities continue there could be no more young generation for Samoa. We have to protect our own children, and the children are the future of our country.


Faititili Tipasa, 40 Afega (Photo: Misiona Simo )
Faititili Tipasa, 40, Afega

I totally support the ban on children from church because I know that the children are the ones most affected by the measles. I prefer children not attend any church service as they can be easily affected if they still go and it will lead to more infections. Ensuring the children stay home will prevent measles from spreading, and protect other children infection.

By Jotham Ulutoa, 01/12/2019
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