Espantos en Octubre: Halloween vs Covid-19


Este año es diferente. Muchos niños ( y definitivamente también adultos) se preparan anualmente para salir y divertirse el famosos 31 de Octubre. Pero este año va a ser diferente.


Tenemos que considerar que entre mas nos alejemos de los siguientes lineamientos, mas nos acercamos al coronavirus:


-Distanciamiento Social-Uso de mascarilla-Lavado de manos
Después de tener esas recomendaciones, la CDC recomienda NO ir si (lista corta):
1) Tienes Covid-19

2) Tienes pendiente el resultado de la prueba

3) Has sido expuesto

4) Estas en una contacto en los pasados 14 días con alguien que tuvo covid.

En el link (y en el bio) puede encontrar mas información especifica en caso que vaya hacer algo en casa o salir de ella. La recomendación es clara: SI SALIMOS NOS EXPONEMOS.


Hay cosas que no han cambiado: OJO que sus disfraces reflejen la luz (para evitar accidentes en la noche), tener linternas, cuidado con los dulces.

Si tiene dudas o preguntas puede acceder

Scares in October: Halloween vs Covid-19

This year is different. Many children (and definitely adults too) prepare annually to go out and have fun on the famous October 31st. But this year is going to be different.

We have to consider that the further we move away from the following guidelines, the closer we get to the coronavirus:

-Social distancing
-Use of mask
-Handwashing

After having those recommendations, the CDC recommends NOT to go if (short list):

1) You have Covid-19
2) You have the test result pending
3) You have been exposed
4) You are in contact in the past 14 days with someone who had covid.

In the link (and in the bio) you can find more specific information in case you are going to do something at home or leave it. The recommendation is clear: IF WE GO OUT, WE EXPOSE OURSELVES.

There are things that have not changed: BEWARE that their costumes reflect light (to avoid accidents at night), have flashlights, be careful with sweets.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html#halloween

healthychildren.org

Coronavirus what do we know today?


Where? Started in #China 🇨🇳 (Whuhan) in a market, now we have at least confirmed cases in the US 🇺🇸.
Why is it that we hearing about this virus? Viruses are everywhere, the problem is when a virus that usually infects other animals starts infecting humans. As humans we do not have a lot of natural defences to protect against this type of virus. This can lead to an #outbreak of this disease.
How does it present?Most of the cases have cold like symptoms and evolves to pneumonia.


What do we do to protect ourselves? Washing hands, making sure that we are coughing 🤧 to our elbows and not to our hands. There are active measures to detect people that are sick in major airports and the @CDCgov has started a program to detect the infection. Prevention is a key factor to stop the infection.

I was in contact with someone that has it or I’m worry that I have it, what do I do? The cases have been mild to severe, if you think that you have it or you are exposed to it, were a mask and contact your doctor.

For more information please go to https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Exigen vacunas para migrantes

http://noticiero.estrellatv.com/noticias/exigen-vacunas-para-migrantes-noticiero-estrella-tv/

En esta época de Influenza, se ha negado el acceso a vacunación 💉a inmigrantes en centros de detención. Esto crea un foco problemático el cual puede llevar a problemas severos, ya vimos el año pasado la muerte de 3 menores por Influenza. Gracias ESTRELLA TV con Wendy Castillo (@wendycastillo90) por comentar sobre este importante tema. 👍💉

In this Influenza season, the vaccination has been denied to immigrants that are on the detention centers. This creates a problematic area that can start sever complications, as we already witness last year when 3 kids died from Influenza. Thank you ESTRELLA TV con Wendy Castillo (@wendycastillo90) for sharing information about this problem. 👍💉

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