COVID-19 & Children: Learn the Facts

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By now, we’ve all heard about the new coronavirus circling the globe and causing the disease called COVID-19. In today’s video, Dr. Hilary Babcock, an Infectious Disease Specialist, discusses important facts about the disease that parents should know. Also, she offers strategies for keeping your family safe, many of which are the same precautions you would take for the flu, such as washing your hands frequently and thoroughly. Learn about all the ways you can protect your children, plus more on the status of COVID-19 in Missouri.

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