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Old 14.01.2010, 16:29
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Re: Sick kids in playgroups

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Kindergartens generally require the child to be fever free for 24 hours. Perhaps this policy could be inquired about at your gym.
I'll never know, I left that gym months ago.

My daughter is missing her time in the playgroup because a mother brang her sick child.

Without symptomes, of course it is difficult to know when your kid will be sick, but at the moment you see them, you should avoid contact.

In my opinion, 24 hours is not enough. Let say you are not contagious after 24 hours, you still sneeze, cough, have a running nose. As a parent, when you see that, it is stressful because you don't know if the kid is still contagious or not.