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    Hi all -
    What are these for chicken pox and hand foot and mouth.
    Is there anywhere we can formally get this info from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatieFS View Post
    Hi all -
    What are these for chicken pox and hand foot and mouth.
    Is there anywhere we can formally get this info from?
    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...ls_11_Sept.pdf

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    hi, with chicken pox you are still contagious until last spot has dried out so I would exclude until then .
    With hand foot and mouth they say there is no need to excluded but personal feel child is still I'll so would not want to care for them .

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    Same here, governing bodies:- nhs, .gov.uk can recommend, however it's your call, you have to be happy with your policies and procedures. And I would exclude I felt that the child was contagious and could effect others or too ill to be with me, for example - hand foot and mouth.

 

 

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