What can parents do to protect their children? -Health-HiNet Lifestyle

September 13, 2021 by archyde

【Health Medical Network/Editorial Department】The Delta virus strain is struck, what can parents do to protect their children? According to the Cleveland Medical Center, pediatric infectious disease expert Camille Sabella, MD, the best way to prevent the virus is to get vaccinated. If the child is too young to be vaccinated, what can be done is to ensure other Those who can be vaccinated have completed the vaccination, and encourage children to take preventive measures to minimize the risk of infection. Although Delta is highly contagious and seems to have mild symptoms in children, it is still necessary to pay close attention to any abnormalities in the child.

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The speed of the new coronavirus strain is changing rapidly

Dr. Sabella said that although the Delta virus strain is highly contagious, most children infected with COVID-19 have very mild symptoms, including coughing, sneezing, runny nose, stomach upset, headache and fatigue. So far, it does not seem to cause more serious diseases in children, but it still needs to be closely watched because this situation is constantly changing. If your child starts to experience symptoms, breathing problems, serious illnesses, etc., of the new crown epidemic, please be sure to contact professional medical personnel.

Protect children from respiratory symptoms in the new semester

Even if the new crown vaccine has been vaccinated, the Delta variant has a strong spread, so it is important to take additional protective measures. In addition to the new crown epidemic, Dr. Sabella found that respiratory fusion virus (RSV) and human parainfluenza virus (HPIV) can increase respiratory diseases, especially in the elderly. Although the data shows that the vaccine is effective, breakthrough cases will still occur. This is why people with respiratory symptoms around need to be careful, because once contracted with RSV and HPIV viruses that cause respiratory symptoms, it is very difficult to distinguish them from the symptoms of COVID-19.

Dr. Sabella mentioned that the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks of vaccination. Although the child cannot be vaccinated at a young age, please make sure that all the vaccinated people have completed the vaccination. As long as more people are protected, reduce the family members. And the teacher’s risk of infection.

Wash your hands frequently or wear a mask to keep a safe distance

Dr. Sabella said that more mutant strains can be expected in the future. Many parents are worried about whether they should send their children back to school. He believes that the benefits of being in school far outweigh the risks of being in school. Although he understands the concerns of parents, he still believes that school is the best place for children. Before the epidemic is over, parents only need to continue to encourage their children to keep their distance for safety. The US Centers for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend wearing masks, washing hands frequently, maintaining social distancing, staying vigilant and staying away from people who are sick.

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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