(FOX NEWS) — Having a sick child at home doesn’t mean the entire family will get sick too.
Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic say designating a primary caregiver can help prevent other people in the house from getting sick.
It’s also good idea to keep older children in their rooms – and away from other family members.
When possible, try to avoid sharing silverware, cups and drinks.
Hand washing, and using hand sanitizer can also help prevent the spread of viruses.
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