A dry cough does not produce mucus. It is one of the
underlying symptoms of the Novel Coronavirus.
Chest pain is a rare symptom of COVID-19 and usually does not occur as the sole symptom. It would most likely have accompanying signs of an upper respiratory infection.
A fever associated with Coronavirus is said to be a persistent one. It can develop as a low-grade fever (lasting for up to a week) or be extremely high too.
Loss of smell can occur suddenly in people with COVID-19 and is often accompanied by loss of taste. These symptoms may occur without a runny or stuffy nose.
Shortness of breath can make it hard to breathe. COVID-19 related shortness of breath usually occurs a few days after the initial infection.
Confusion can be a sign of COVID-19, particularly in elderly people. "New confusion" is recognized as an emergency warning sign for the disease.
A distance of 6ft must be maintained between two people, as recommended by the World Health Organization.
Face masks must be worn by everyone in and around the centres. Entry will only be permitted if you are wearing a face mask.
We must wash our hands regularly to stop the spread of Coronavirus. There will be a fixed routine for washing hands during the day for children.
All our spaces, rooms, and washrooms will be cleaned, sanitized, and wiped dry thrice a day at a 3-hour interval.
Regular temperature checks will take place to ensure that children do not have a fever. Our children's safety is our first and foremost priority.
Cover your mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or tissue while coughing and sneezing. Always remember to throw away the tissue in the bin.