Created on May 28, 2023
Covid in toddlers
- Children account for about 19% of all reported COVID-19 cases in the United States since the pandemic began.
- Although children are just as likely to get COVID-19 as adults, they are less likely to get seriously ill.
COVID-19 in infants and children
In addition to the symptoms already known in adults such as respiratory symptoms, fever, and headache, minors may experience gastrointestinal symptoms, such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, and vomiting.
Some children with COVID-19 need to be admitted to the hospital, treated in the intensive care unit, or put on a ventilator to help them breathe.
Care before and after contracting covid-19.
4. Be 1 meter away from family members.
3. Eat nutritious food.
2. Drink plenty of fluids.
1. They need to rest.
Care during infection.
4. Clean and disinfect the house.
3. Keep hands clean.
2. Wear a mask.
1. Get vaccinated.
Care before infection.
- Fever or chills.
- Nause or vomiting.