How to explain to children hygienic gestures during Coronavirus?

In these special times, discover a fun and simple way to do prevention for your children

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Rub lotion onto your hands

Put glitter, or spices like turmeric or cinnamon, on one of your hands. This represents germs.

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Rub your hands together: see how the germs spread everywhere

Rub your mum’s arm and spread the germs onto her

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Prevention Illustration

Try to wipe away the germs with a paper towel

It doesn’t work very well, does it?

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Prevention Illustration

Wash your hands in cold water

Better, but there are still a lot of germs on your hands

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Prevention Illustration

Wash your hands in hot soapy water

Your hands are now clean and germ-free, but many remain in the sink!

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Further Reading

How to protect yourself and your baby

Sharing the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendations on how to protect you and your little one, since you are your baby’s primary source of contact with the outside world.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Myths Versus Facts

It’s very important for you to be aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the World Health Organization (WHO) website.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Stressful Times And How To Manage It

The World Health Organization (WHO) has come up with some simple tips and techniques to help you manage stress, so that you can both feel alleviated and have one less thing to worry about.

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Coronavirus and Product Availability

Due to the current high demand for baby formula products, some retailers are experiencing shortages of our products in their stores. Naturally, we are concerned to hear that parents are not able to purchase our products and would like to offer our support.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Important Notice

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19):
How to protect yourself and your baby or toddler?