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2020 Infographic by Ram Duriseti on How to Protect Your Babies and Children from COVID-19 Ram Duriseti: How to Protect Your Babies and Children from COVID-19 Avoid Exposing Children to Sick People Children can be exposed to COVID-19 infection when the virus contacts their mouth, eyes, nose, or the lungs. This generally happens when a nearby infected individual releases the respiratory droplets into the air through his/her sneezes or coughs onto the child's face or the adjacent surfaces, like tables, food or hands. Make Children Follow Social Distancing Children are not just at risk from COVID-19 themselves, but they can also transmit this infection to their parents, grandparents and others especially those with pre-existing medical conditions who may be at an even greater risk for severe complications. PRECAUTIONS INCLUDE: Avoid crowds. Keep children away from crowded places, whenever possible Keep away from sick people and keep your kids at least 6 feet (two arm's length) away from any individual who is sick with a fever or cough, including family members Maintain the Distance Hand-washing to Prevent COVID-19 in Children • How to wash hands: Some tips to make hand-washing fun for children As parents, you have to teach your children to wash their hands often, for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water. • When to wash hands: Children should wash hands after coughing, sneezing, blowing the nose, or after using the bathroom. They should also wash their hands before eating (even it's snacks) and as soon as they come back home from playing outdoors. • For children who resist: Wash your hands also with them. You can teach them how to wash hands properly by doing this often. Sing songs while washing hands. This will be an excellent strategy to prevent children from rushing the handwash process. If children throw tantrums and refuse to wash hands or are getting upset when asked to wash hands regularly, compliment them for doing a good job each time they comply It might also help if you give them small rewards, like a sticker or putting a star to celebrate every time they wash hands. It also helps when parents set an example by washing their own hands regularly. • Count with your child while they are washing. This will help the child develop mathematical skills and also help them to learn how long a proper handwash takes.

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