according to the ONE, quarantine measures for children under 12 will change this Monday

According to the ONE, thehen a member of your household, adult or child, is a confirmed case of Covid-19, your child under the age of 12 (or over if still in primary school) must remain in quarantine for 10 days and will therefore not be able to go to the crèche, to his foster home, to school or to take part in recreational activities. He will be able to come out of quarantine earlier, from the 7th day, provided that a self-test is carried out every day, and that it is negative, between this 7th day and the 10th day included.


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It will therefore no longer be possible to avoid or leave quarantine if the parents are vaccinated. The same rule applies to all children under 12, regardless of the parents’ vaccination status.

After the quarantine of your children, for 10 days, the Office of Birth and Childhood advises to: monitor the symptoms of your children and have a test carried out by a health professional in the event of the appearance of symptoms; take care to limit the activities of your children at reception in their various reception environments (crèches and reception at home, school, after-school reception before, after school and on Wednesday afternoons and at homework school) . So, accordingly, avoid recreational activities.

L’orgasme also recommends ensuring that your children limit their social contacts and avoid in particular those with vulnerable and at-risk people (over 65, chronic illness, etc.)


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It will therefore no longer be possible to avoid or leave quarantine if the parents are vaccinated. The same rule applies to all children under 12, regardless of the parents’ vaccination status.

After the quarantine of your children, for 10 days, the Office of Birth and Childhood advises to: monitor the symptoms of your children and have a test carried out by a health professional in the event of the appearance of symptoms; take care to limit the activities of your children at reception in their various reception environments (crèches and reception at home, school, after-school reception before, after school and on Wednesday afternoons and at homework school) . So, accordingly, avoid recreational activities.

L’orgasme also recommends ensuring that your children limit their social contacts and avoid in particular those with vulnerable and at-risk people (over 65, chronic illness, etc.)


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Additionally, if the child in question has had a Covid-19 infection (detected by an antigen or PCR test performed by a healthcare professional) less than 5 months ago, he will not have to perform quarantine.

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