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How to ensure your child’s safety in the outside environment

Written by Pragya Lodha
Published: Mar 10

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Physical health is essential, especially for children. Learning good habits early in life keeps them physically, and mentally healthy. It also helps them manage their academic performance.

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Proper Hand Washing

Introduce a routine that includes washing between the fingers and nails. Use hand sanitisers in the absence of water.

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Mask Up

Explain the importance and encourage them to mask up in public. Children can wear coloured or printed masks to make it fun.

Healthy Routine

Children should have a healthy diet, sufficient water intake and essential rest for their growing bodies. Consult a paediatrician regularly for health tips.

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Stay CautiousAround Sick People

Encourage children to avoid visiblysick people and to isolate at home when feeling unwell.

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Social Distance

Avoid crowded places and social gatherings. Social distance reduces the scope of infection spread.

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Health CareBest Practices

Children should have annual physicals and be updated on all vaccinations. Consult a medical doctor in case of any issues.

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Prevent Infection Spread

Cover the mouth and nose whencoughing or sneezing. Dispose off used tissues and soap wash or sanitise hands immediately after.

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Children shouldn’t touch public surfaces as they may carry germs and bacteria. They shouldn’t touchtheir faces withunwashed hands.

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