COVID Third wave: How to protect your Child from Coronavirus?

According to experts, there will also be a third wave in India, which can prove to be especially dangerous for children.

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Published on 14 May 2021 11:58 AM GMT

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New Delhi: The second wave of Corona virus is not yet wreaking havoc, with experts also warning of the third wave. According to experts, there will also be a third wave in India, which can prove to be especially dangerous for children.

Vaccination & Precautions:

This is because in the coming months, more and more adults will be vaccinated, while children are not susceptible to infection due to vaccination. The vaccine is not available for children at the moment, so let's learn from the experts how they can be protected from this third wave.

Daily exercises and Good food:

According to doctors, "A Scientific Advisory (Scientific Advice) states that children will be affected more than adults in apossible third wave of covid in India. The end of the year may come. The possible rationale behind this is that most of the adults will have got vaccinated and the children are still left vaccinated, so the children may be more affected by this virus."

"Now the question arises Is how we will protect our children. For this they need to be healthy and strong. We need to introduce them to a healthy lifestyle, including lots of green vegetables, fruits, physical exercises, field games, good sleep, screen time reduction. Is included. It is very important to have a positive environment in the home. Precautions such as avoiding crowded spaces and handwashing should be followed. Vaccination programs for children should be started as soon as possible. "

Basic Tips:

Wash hands thoroughly with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water, as it kills the virus present in the hands.

Cover the mouth and nose with a handkerchief or tissue while sneezing and coughing. Throw the tissue in a dustbin after use and wash hands thoroughly. Do not use the same tissue again and again.

It is advised to maintain a distance of at least 3 feet while talking to another person, especially one who is ill. By doing this, children will be prevented from having an infection.

Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with your dirty hands, if you touch again and again, you can shift the virus from the surface to yourself.

If the child is suffering from fever, cough or is having difficulty breathing, consult a doctor and tell about the symptoms, as it can also be due to respiratory infection or other serious condition.

According to the vaccination prescribed for children, the child should be vaccinated. If there is a delay, the stopped dose should be applied as soon as possible in consultation with a doctor.

Healthy intestines help to build immunity in children. Foods like yogurt are rich in probiotics, which help keep the intestine healthy. Keep the child active and maintain personal hygiene.

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