How to stay healthy while being in quarantine
Parents, do you want to stay in quarantine for as long as possible?
article What are the key health concerns you face?
Do you have any concerns about your child’s health, or is it just something to be prepared for?
The answers to these questions will help you prepare for quarantine and help ensure your child doesn’t get sick.
Q: What are some key health risks?
A: Some common health concerns that can impact on your child include: heart disease (A), stroke (C), pneumonia (D), and coronavirus (E).
These can be life threatening, so you should talk to your doctor or nurse if you are worried.
Your child will also need to be tested and be monitored for signs of infection, such as fever, cough, or swelling.
C: It’s important to know how much of your child is getting vaccinated as well as when and how often your child should be vaccinated.
This information is helpful in keeping track of when and when not to get vaccinated.
A recent CDC report found that vaccines are given at different times and in different doses depending on your health status.
For example, if your child was given a DTaP vaccine in the middle of the year and then later started receiving DTaB vaccines, they might be vaccinated during the middle and later in the year.
If your child has been vaccinated recently, you should get them vaccinated now.
D: You can’t get a DTap vaccine at the same time as a DTac vaccine, so they can’t be administered simultaneously.
E: There are some cases where a vaccine may be given at one time, but be sure to follow the instructions.
If you don’t, you might end up with a vaccine-preventable illness.
F: It is not uncommon for children to receive multiple doses of vaccines at the beginning of the season.
For this reason, it is important to follow CDC’s recommendations.
You can check the vaccine schedule for your child here.
G: Some vaccines can cause serious side effects.
If there is a chance your child will have an adverse reaction, talk to his or her health care provider.
H: There is no way to tell how many doses of vaccine your child received, so parents should get the correct number.
Parents can also check the CDC’s vaccine schedule here.
How to get more information about the DTaPs vaccines and DTap vaccines: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/papertrade/tetanus-diphtheria-tetanospirodiseas/vaccine-pap.htm More information about vaccines is available at http://vaccines.cdca.gov.
You may also want to visit the CDC website, where you can learn more about vaccines, including DTap.