March 20, 2020
As a parent you never stop worrying about the health and well-being of your little one. We understand the concern you may be experiencing surrounding keeping your family safe from those nasty little germs that can make everyone very sick.
It’s hard enough to keep your kids away from potential germ hazards and it’s impossible to shield them from all of the bugs out there --- and you will drive yourself nuts trying. Luckily there are a few simple things you can do to protect baby from germs and eliminate them from spreading to others.
One of the biggest dangers to baby and to others is the spreading of germs. If your baby or any others, regardless of age, are showing any signs of illness, they should stay away from others. Make sure to ask anyone who wants to hold your baby to first wash his or her hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds.
During times of uncertainty around health of the surrounding community or when baby is under the weather, limit where you take your baby. A stroll outside is fine if you keep your distance from others.
Regularly washing your hands and your child’s hands is the simplest, most effective way to get rid of cold and flu germs. Wash your hands thoroughly (20 seconds of scrubbing with soap and water) and often. Babies put almost anything in their mouths so it’s important to wash pacifiers, toys and eating surfaces regularly.
If baby is sick, keep them from going to daycare where the sickness can easily spread to other children and caretakers. Contain drool that carries germs with bibs that soak up the drool and prevent it from spreading on shared surfaces.
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If you notice obvious signs of sickness or your little one has a fever, do not take them to daycare or around others. This is imperative to containing the impact and spreading of illness to others.
It’s important to not panic, just follow the simple steps to fend off germs and help keep your baby as healthy as possible.
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