Lake Ray Hubbard Pediatrics COVID-19 Resource Page

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Lake Ray Hubbard Pediatrics COVID-19 Resource Page

First things first. In case you are still wondering, yes, you can continue to “hunker down,” wear a mask, and practice social distancing, even if your are vaccinated if you are going to be in a high risk situation.

It is time to hunker down to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

What does that mean?

“Social distancing measures are taken to restrict when and where people can gather to stop or slow the spread of infectious diseases. Social distancing measures include limiting large groups of people coming together, closing buildings and canceling events.”

Information About Social Distancing

Kids are back in school, but most can now be vaccinated, at least they can if they are at least five years old. And boosters are available for everyone who is at least 16 years old.

What else should you do to try keep your family and everyone else healthy?

Hopefully you know the drill by now, from staying home if you are sick to cleaning everything, from your hands to the light switches in your home.

Great infographic on what to do about COVID-19.

What else are we doing?

Call before coming to the office if you have any risk factors for COVID-19, including travel or cold symptoms.
Call before coming to the office if you have any risk factors for COVID-19, including travel or cold symptoms.

We are doing our best to both continue to take care of all of our kids and minimize the risk of exposure. That means you will be asked a few more questions when you make an appointment, so that we can triage and assess anyone who might have symptoms of COVID-19 and figure out alternative ways of seeing them, if necessary, without exposing anyone else.

Can your child be tested for COVID-19?

As you are hopefully aware, testing for COVID-19 is widely available.

Treatments are also available – monoclonal antibodies, for those who are high risk.

Those who are high risk should also get vaccinated and continue to be extra aggressive at practicing social distancing.

More on LRHP COVID-19 Resources