Parents should seek out credible sources of information to reduce their risk of exposure and educate their children on germs, hygiene and safety.
Playdates should focus on outdoor play and no-contact distanced games. Check if playgrounds are open and go for a hike instead if they are busy.
Healthy Schools initiative helps parents and schools access lessons and activities to help reduce the spread of illness in schools.
Physical distancing is key to minimizing risks, and visual cues such as pylons and tape can help.
Large indoor gatherings should be modified to smaller outdoor parties with proper ventilation.
Kids should be taught how to wash their hands and keep an alcohol-based hand sanitizer in their backpacks to protect them from illness.
Teach kids to cough/sneeze into their elbows instead of hands.
Disinfecting surfaces with Lysol Disinfecting Wipes can help kill COVID-19, so it's important to wipe down contaminated objects when returning home.