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Attention Parents:

The CDC has put forth a number of confusing and contradicting statements regarding how to protect yourself against the Coronavirus.

  • Wear a mask.
  • Wear a mask indoors.
  • Wear two masks.
  • Wear a cloth mask.
  • Don’t wear a cloth mask.
  • Don’t wear a mask if vaxed.
  • Wear a mask even if vaxed.
  • The vax will keep you from catching and spreading the virus.
  • Breakthrough infections are rare.
  • The vax protects against Delta, but not Omicron.
  • The vax will help reduce your symptoms.
  • Quarantine for two weeks from the onset of symptoms.
  • Quarantine for 10 days from the onset of symptoms.
  • Quarantine for 5 days from the onset of symptoms.
  • Trust the science.

Yes, that’s a mighty list of many recommendations and tips from the CDC and your trusted national expert, Fauci.

Do you know what the Fauch and CDC don’t recommend as a COVID safety precaution? Making your COVID-positive kid ride in the trunk of your car so you don’t catch his germs.

Ah, but 42-year-old mother Sarah Beam of Houston, Texas doesn’t screw around when it comes to Coronavirus. Beam’s son tested positive for the virus on January 3rd. And when it was time to get her beloved child swabbed again so he could return to school, good old mom forced him to ride to the testing site in her trunk.

Don’t worry, Beam’s son made it to the testing site without suffocating.

Police said Beam pulled to the giant tent where testing was being conducted when Bevin Gordon, the health services director at the site, heard a noise inside her trunk.

Beam told Gordon her son had tested positive for the virus and had to be quarantined.

Gordon found the boy laying down inside the vehicle and told Beam she could not receive a COVID-19 test until the boy was seated safely in the backseat (safety first and all).

Molding Young Minds: Beam has worked as a teacher in the Cy-Fair district of Houston since 2011.

Going To The Pokey: Police have issued a warrant for Beam’s arrest.

Soon To Go Viral: Surveillance footage obtained by Cy-Fair ISD PD reportedly shows Beam’s 14-year-old son exiting the trunk of her car and climbing into the back seat.

This story of child abuse that was motivated by an irrational fear of the Coronavirus is brought to you by your trusted friends at the CDC.