Kwaraloaded Exclusive:5 ways to keep Coronavirus away from infants and kids

With care and due diligence, this is definitely possible.

Not a lot is being said about the safety of kids and young ones in the midst of this raging pandemic that the world is trying to contain at the moment.
Thankfully, schools are closed shut as per order of states in the country. But keeping many of them away from school is one thing, having them actually protected from the virus is another thing entirely.
Even if a stay-at-home order comes into effect, the safety of these infants, toddlers and kids still falls squarely on adults.

Make them stay at home
This goes without saying. Now is not exactly the time for play dates, or for being overly active outside the house. If they must go out, it has to be supervised at all times and not for too long.
But preferrably, keep those hyper creatures in the house.
Relax your screen time rules
There won’t be too much to occupy their time if normal rules of screen time remain in place. Since there’s so much time to fill, leaving them to enjoy some more movie time, or video game time does not sound like a bad idea.
No visitors
Everyone is meant to stay at home. While you stay in yours, ensure no one comes to infect you in the house. You can’t be too careful actually.

For infants, control the number of people who can come close
Dealing with infants can be difficult as well as exhausting; and many times as parents, you’d need help from time to time in order to take care of them properly.
And also:
Ensure that people [preferably family members and hired help who already live in the house] observe all precautions at all times. Now is not the time to sloppy or to overlook things.

1,359 total views, 3 views today

Facebook Comments

An experimental drug, Remdesvir, has proved effective against the new Coronavirus in a major study done
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has disclosed that Nigeria has expressed interest to be part
Chinese billionaire and founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma has made a third donation of medical
The Mike Adenuga Foundation (MAF), established by business mogul, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr., has donated
Billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, has pledged N1 billion to help in the fight against Coronavirus
Please follow and like us: