Isolation Quick Guide & Covid-19 Advice for Parents




Isolation quick guide -applying to those aged greater than 3 months and up to 13th birthday.

COVID-19 symptoms: Fever more than or equal to 38.0⁰C or new cough or shortness of breath or
anosmia, dysguesia or ageusia*
Self-isolation means staying indoors and completely avoiding contact with other people. This
includes other people in your household, as much as possible. It applies to people with proven or
suspected COVID-19.
Restricting movement means avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as
possible. It applies to those who are without symptoms but considered at higher risk of developing
COVID-19 because they were exposed to a particular risk. -click here to continue reading this HSE isolation quick guide


COVID-19 Advice for parents
Symptoms to look out for and when to contact your GP
Schools are back and the winter season is ahead of us. Every year, schoolchildren get colds, flu and other infections. This time, coronavirus (COVID-19) is with us.
Here is a guide on what symptoms to look out for and what to do if your
child is unwell. -click here to read the full Covid-19 advice for parents document from the HSE.