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COVID Safety Protocols For Parents Start with Government Recomendations

The specific protocols suggested herein are in addition to various general safety protocols that have been recommended by the Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) and/or the World Health Organization (‘WHO”). There is no question that parents should be required to comply with CDC/WHO, local, state, federal guidelines, and regulations. Without question, parents should agree to be vigilant, maintain good hygiene, practice social distancing, wear masks, refrain from exposure to large groups, limit children’s exposure to public places (such as restaurants, stores, amusement parks, water parks, beaches, etc.), clean/disinfect frequently touched surfaces and take other appropriate precautions. Parties can also agree to specify that they shall insure that other household members and visitors abide by these guidelines as well. It should be noted that the CDC currently recommends that an individual stay home for 14 days after their last contact with a person who has COVID-19. That person should watch for fever (100.4 ͦ F or higher), cough, shortness of breath or other systems of COVID-19. If possible, the quarantined person should stay away from others, especially people who are at high risk for getting very sick from COVID-19.

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