COVID-19; How FamilyTime App Can Be Your Child’s Saver?

Till now, you would have heard a lot about the novel Coronavirus around the world. In today’s blog, we are going to tell you about the Coronavirus, protective measures by the World Health Organization (WHO) that you should follow and educate your child as well. Moreover, we will also guide you on how you can effectively use the FamilyTime app to keep an eye on your child in this situation. Let’s get started:

Little About Coronavirus

Coronavirus causes illness starting from the common cold to other severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). 

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a new virus that was never discovered in humans before 2019. This virus can transfer between animals and humans. 

Common signs of infection in a person suffering from Coronavirus are as follows:

  • Fever
  • Cold
  • Cough 
  • Difficulty in breathing 

In some severe cases, the infection can cause pneumonia, respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and even death.

Protective Measures Against Coronavirus By WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has provided detail regarding protective measures. People should follow them to keep themselves safe and people in their surroundings. You can visit their official website to know about the latest news, updates, travel advisory, and health advisory. 

Now, let’s talk about preventive measures:

1- Frequently Wash Your Hands

People are advised to wash their hands frequently using alcohol-based hand rub or wash them using soap and water. 

Reason: Washing hands using soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub will kill viruses (if any) present on your hands. 

2- Maintain Adequate Distance in Public Places 

It is recommended to maintain at least 1 meter (3 feet) distance between yourself and a person next to you sneezing or coughing. 

Reason: If someone is coughing or sneezing, there is a great chance that small liquid droplets from their mouth and nose might contain the virus. Being close to a coughing person suffering from the disease, you can breathe in the droplets containing the COVID-19 virus. 

3-Don’t Touch Nose, Eyes, and Mouth 

As this virus spreads with contact, it will be best to avoid touching your nose, eyes, and mouth with your hands.

Reason: As your hand touches different surfaces, there is an excellent possibility that you can pick any viruses. If your hands get contaminated with the virus, then it can reach your nose, eyes, and mouth once you touch these body parts. After this, the virus can quickly enter your body to make you sick.  

4- Practice Good Respiratory Hygiene 

Ensure that the people around you should follow good respiratory hygiene. A person should cover his mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue when sneezing or coughing. If you are using tissue, then quickly dispose of tissues after use. 

Reason: Virus can spread via droplets. You should follow good respiratory hygiene to protect yourself from people around you from COVID-19. 

5- Get Medical Care In Case of Fever, Cough, and Difficulty in Breathing

Not feeling well? Stay at your home. If you have any signs of cough, fever, and a problem in breathing, you need to instantly visit a doctor for a checkup. It is recommended to follow the guidelines and directions for your local health authority.  

Reason: National and local authorities have updated information regarding the situation in an area. By calling your health provider in advance will help you to get the right health facility. This will help you and prevent the spread of virus and other infections.

6-Follow Guidelines of Healthcare Provider 

Follow all the guidelines provided by your healthcare provider, employer, national, and local public health authorities for protection against COVID-19. 

Reason: National and local health authorities are keeping constant check on the health situation of an area. They are up to date regarding the spread of COVID-19 in your area. So, these platforms are the best source to get the advice for protecting yourself and others. 

FamilyTime App- Keeping An Eye on your Child 

Coronavirus is a pandemic and it is spreading. This virus has affected people in a total 150 countries. The total number of cases is 199,322 and increasing. Deaths around the globe are 7994 and the number of recovered people is 82,795. 

It should be taken seriously, and parents should do their best to keep their children safe. As this spreads from one person to another, parents should not take their children out to malls, shopping centers, cinemas, and other places with too much crowd. 

Monitor your Child Location 

If you are curious to monitor the location of your child, then the FamilyTime app can do it for you. Our app Family Tracking features allow you to do the following things:

  • You can easily see your child’s location history to know about your child’s previously visited locations. 
  • You can virtually Geo-fence the places. With this, parents will get check-in and check-out alerts about their child’s location. You can add various places like theaters, malls, cafes, and other places as per your desire. After this, you can quickly contact them to pick them up from that place. 
  • You can easily know the place currently visited by your family members. You will see their location in the form of a pointer on a virtual map. 
  • Using “SOS Alerts”, your child can inform you about its location in case of any emergency.
  • In most of the countries, the government has closed the schools, malls, cinemas, and other people gathering places to prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you are unaware of that news and want to keep an eye on your child for keeping them safe, it will be best to install the FamilyTime app now. 

These are only a few features of our app. Parents can do a lot more using the FamilyTime app to monitor their child whereabouts and activities on electronic gadgets. 

Conclusion 

This is how you can protect your child using the FamilyTime app by knowing their location. Furthermore, all of us need to follow national and local health guidelines to stay safe. It is recommended to avoid unnecessary traveling until the situation gets better. 

Stay Safe!

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