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Grandparents urged to avoid babysitting grandkids to avoid coronavirus

"Kelvin Osteen" (2020-06-09)


Australians are being urged to practise social distancing not just in the public places but at home - making some couples sleep in separate beds.

Government notices in shopping malls and in newspapers are advising everyone to maintain a 1.5-metre space.

Grandparents are also being urged to avoid physical contact with their grandchildren. 


















Australians are being urged to practise social distancing not just in the public places but at home - making some couples sleep in separate beds. Pictured is a stock image







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Jesse Giles, a 13-year-old boy from Tambar Springs in northern New South Wales, put this question to a panel of infectious diseases experts on the ABC's Q&A program on Monday night.

'My question is, if me and my family isolate for 14 days, can I go see my grandmother, who also is isolating? I really want to see my grandmother. Thank you,' he said.

Professor Sharon Lewin, the director of the University of Melbourne's Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, 토렌트 사이트 순위 had to disappoint him.






Grandparents are also being urged to avoid physical contact with their grandchildren. Pictured is a stock image







Jesse Giles, a 13-year-old boy from Tambar Springs in northern New South Wales, put this question to a panel of infectious diseases experts on the ABC's Q&A program


'Yeah. Difficult one. I don't think grandparents can babysit unless they're practising some social distancing, and, with young kids, that's really hard,' she said.