COVID-19 Parenting Tips for Ramadan

COVID-19 Parenting Tips for Ramadan

12:46 25th April 2020 | COVID-19

Ramadan COVID-19 Coronavirus Stay Safe Stay Home Parenting in difficult times Parenting

Commencing the fast on a safe note with face masks!

The CDC recommends that everyone -- sick or healthy -- wear a cloth face mask in places where it can be hard to stay 6 feet away from others, like grocery stores.

That's because studies show that people can spread coronavirus even if they don't have symptoms (called asymptomatic) or before they have symptoms (called presymptomatic).

In fact, you might be the most contagious just before symptoms begin. (Source: WebMD)

Before you buy or make a mask, learn which type is best and how to wear it.

Visit the Bridge Clinic blog to learn more about making your custom face masks!

Doing your best as a parent in difficult times

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has upended family life around the world.

School closures, working remote, physical distancing — it's a lot to navigate for anyone, especially for parents.

We give it up to all parents out there making the best out of extremely trying times to cater to their families and kids. 

Click the image above ↑↑  to get a low down of some of the best parenting advice you could ask for at this time!

How much do you know about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)? Test your knowledge by taking this fun quiz courtesy UNICEF.

If you notice any of these respiratory symptoms like fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. Please call the National Centre For Disease Control (NCDC) on 07032864444 or 080097000010 (toll-free).

For more insights, visit our other blogs to learn more about COVID-19 terms, tips, myths and regulations.

To keep you safe, we are taking consultations on Skype, Whatsapp and Telephone from across the country and diaspora!
Are you and your partner booked to see a doctor, but you would prefer to make it a video call?

We are here for you. Click here to Book an online appointment today

Email: enquiries@thebridgeclinic.com
Call:    01 631 0092 / +234 (0)1 631 0092

Whatsapp: +234 810 460 7791

Sign Up For Our Newsletter