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  • And if you're watching this and you have young Children, primary school age Children or teenagers, she'll know that many of them are asking loads of questions about the Corona virus that ran early primary in Eastland in a class of year.

  • Four people's that's age eight or nine are learning about it.

  • I'm finding out how to protect themselves.

  • We've been talking about a lot, but sometimes, like like, sad about.

  • And so we just try to not think about think everything's fine.

  • Someone might have the current of ice in the ditch and then Mike sneeze or cough for me.

  • And then they might give you the current of ours.

  • And I went, No, I met.

  • My name is already on, and I want to know if it is true that someone has eight.

  • But soup on.

  • I'm insulted the Corona virus and spread it around countries.

  • Hi, my name is actually and I would like to know when will we be safe from the front of the current of Iris?

  • I've heard a lot because usually my mom gives me her phone and I look under news.

  • You know, they don't really worry about it, but I'm quite scared if one of my family members are sick and die from something worse, you know.

  • Hi, Mining.

  • Ismael.

  • Hi.

  • My name is Shay.

  • I want to know if there's any tips or advice you would give us to not catch the Corona virus.

  • Since that already a cure for a Corona virus, if you like.

  • Touch someone when you have to croon a virus.

  • No, coffin them.

  • Look, the other person get the crone of Hi, my name is a duck.

  • I would like to know if it is safe to use a mosque, uh, to protect ourselves from the virus.

  • Hi.

  • My name is Sasha on.

  • My question is will be taken away from your family if you have the Corona virus.

  • If you were sick and you got the virus, how likely would you to die?

  • Me and my mom, sometimes I talk about it and we are both kind of worried about it because, like, um, my family might get the crone of Iris and, um, like they might look, I have to go to the hospital or something.

  • They have brought me love hand sanitizer.

  • They told me everybody going after Use it.

  • You have to wash your hands and just, um, coffin to a tissue coffin to a hand.

  • Don't call anyone.

  • She's absolutely right.

  • Let's talk now to GP Dr Kirkland on how to talk to your Children about Corona Virus.

  • I suppose Lycos there just just concerned.

  • Although absolutely even over the last few days we've seen a huge amount of media around Corona virus, and everyone's talking about it at home at work schools.

  • How?

  • What is the best way to talk to particularly primary school age?

  • Children think the key thing is, just speak simply accurately to try and give really good advice.

  • We know that there's lots of misinformation on social media now.

  • If you're not sure, go away and look it up.

  • Look a good source.

  • We don't have all the answers yet, and I think that's okay to say yeah, writes Bush with them Bush.

  • We wanted to know how the Corona virus started.

  • Good question was still looking at that, but we think that it started in what's called a wet market in China.

  • So that's where there are live animals and dead animals close together, densely populated when they're still not sure exactly how it started it, but it potentially could have started in bats in bats.

  • Yet my kids keep going on about bats and or pangolins because one of the kids wanted to know.

  • Did it start from someone eating bat soup?

  • But we simply don't know it specifically is that that really started?

  • There was a video that came out on social media soon after we started hearing about the Corona virus, and that is, was a real woman actually eating of bat now that has since been debunked.

  • It was a video from 2016.

  • It wasn't even from China, but that really gave rise to the anxiety around bat soup here.

  • That's but that, as you say, has been discredited.

  • Right next up, Ishmael, who asked if there are any tips and advice which you could give to people to help us prevent spreading.

  • Absolutely.

  • The key thing that we keep repeating is washing your hands.

  • Do that for at least 20 seconds with soap from water.

  • Make sure you wash in between your fingers and wrists underneath your fingernails.

  • If you do see these or core for, make sure you catch it in a tissue, threw that away.

  • Wash your hands and try not to touch your eyes or your mouth after you've been out on touching service is when you come home again.

  • Wash your hands.

  • Shay wants to know.

  • Is there a cure with all viruses?

  • We've got a natural immunity to be able to fight them off.

  • When we know for the vast majority of people this will be mild illness, you'll get over it.

  • But is there a cure such?

  • No.

  • But we are working on medications that we already have to see if their help and also looking at a vaccine, which could take some months.

  • Um, now the masks people continually ask about the masks and, in fact, to mask adverts have been banned today by the A s.

  • A.

  • The emphasizing standards or authority, one of them claimed.

  • One of the best ways to protect yourself is to get a high quality face mask that can protect you from viruses, bacteria and other air pollutants.

  • That's been banned because it's absolutely misleading.

  • Adele wants to know.

  • Is it safe to use a mask?

  • It's It's safe to use one, but you don't need to use what is the key thing particularly.

  • I've seen people wearing those paper masks.

  • It is absolutely no evidence that you need to do that.

  • People used to use it because they thought that it would if they were unwell.

  • They stop the spread to others.

  • But if you're unwell on everything your risk of Corona virus you should be staying at homes which don't need to use them cages.

  • How likely is it that you would die if you get a Corona virus?

  • Kids straight to the harbor?

  • Yeah, s O for young people we know for under 20 is that incredibly rare and only get a very mild illness.

  • It's the elderly who are more risk.

  • And we're still unsure about the rate of death immortality.

  • But we think it's very low around once, 2%.

  • But people still looking up of the Children incredibly, incredibly rare on Ashley, asking a question that many are asking How when will it be?

  • When will be safe from Corona virus?

  • A really good question and moment.

  • We're still trying to understand the virus when it will reach a peak, the patterns of the virus, so we simply don't know.

  • But the Department of Health, public health England will be keeping us regularly updated on dhe.

  • Some parents are buying hand sanitizer for their Children, but they Scott to have a particular ingredient in it for actually to kill viruses, hasn't it?

  • That's right.

  • I mean, actually, soapy water is absolutely fine enough.

  • Listen, if you're gonna buy a handsome hand sanitizer and he's have alcohol in it, okay?

And if you're watching this and you have young Children, primary school age Children or teenagers, she'll know that many of them are asking loads of questions about the Corona virus that ran early primary in Eastland in a class of year.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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