With the start of the new school year, you can protect your child from infection with the Coronavirus, by following methods of prevention of the Coronavirus, in this report we learn about how to protect your child from catching Corona infection in school with these tips, provided by the American Center for Disease Control and PreventionCDCThis includes washing hands and other advice.
How to protect your child from catching corona infection in school?
Have your child wash his hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, and encourage your child to do the same, if soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Teach your child to cover the surface of his hands with hand sanitizer and rub his hands together until he feels dry if he is old Your child is under 6 years old, so supervise him when using hand sanitizer.
Wearing a muzzle
Make sure everyone in your household wears a mask and your child when they are at school and when they are near people who do not live in your home.
Some children may find it difficult to wear masks. If your child finds this difficult, you can consider alternatives.
Avoid close contact
Ensure that your child is at least 6 feet (2 meters) away from other people who do not live with them and people who are sick (such as coughing and sneezing).
Teach your child to cover his mouth while coughing and sneezing
When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, throw the tissue in the nearest litter basket and wash your hands. Encourage your child and all family members to do the same.
Bring your child for doctor visits
Routine child health and vaccination visits are essential, even during a pandemic COVID-19.
Vaccines are an important part of maintaining the health of your child by protecting him from diseases that can be prevented with vaccines. There are effective vaccines for diseases such as measles, influenza (influenza), whooping cough (whooping cough) and other diseases that can be transmitted from person to person although there is no vaccine yet. To help protect against COVID-19 In this case, your child should receive all recommended vaccinations.
The flu vaccine is the best way to prevent influenza.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends (CDCThat everyone 6 months and older get the flu vaccine every year by the end of October.
Getting a flu shot can reduce your child’s likelihood of getting sick, being hospitalized, or dying from the flu. Getting you and your family on the flu vaccine will also help protect others around you who may be more likely to get a severe illness from the flu, such as infants, young children, and the elderly. Pregnant women and those with certain medical conditions.
Help your child stay active
Regular physical activity can improve the physical and mental health of your child Make sure your child stays active every day while taking daily preventive measures.