Increased risk of respiratory illness when children return to school
At the same time, experts also recommend that when unfortunately exposed to the source of the disease, adults should take preventive measures for children.
For example, during this epidemic season, at home or classroom, you should turn off the air conditioner 2-3 times a day, open all doors to ensure air ventilation in the room.
On the part of parents, they should focus on respiratory hygiene for children such as dripping nasal discharge, rinsing salt water, washing hands, disinfecting regularly …
And, even for adults, it is necessary to maintain hygiene, such as going out to wash hands, disinfect hands before holding young children to avoid pathogens spreading to children.
Experts say bacteria, viruses, mold, toxic gases, dust … are the causes of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract.
The pathogen is capable of spreading rapidly from person to person through respiratory droplets in the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks up close.
In addition, if you touch surfaces contaminated with viruses or pathogenic bacteria and touch your eyes, nose, and mouth, you may also be infected.