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Advice concerning sickness and diarrhoea bug in school

21st September 2016

Dear parent/carer Re: Health information A number of children have recently been absent from school with sickness and diarrhoea. I would like to reassure you that sickness and diarrhoea is a mild infection and people usually recover fully within 2-3 days. No specific treatment is needed, but it is important to drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration. As you will know, sickness and diarrhoea is highly contagious and spreads easily from person to person, especially in close communities such as schools, therefore, we are asking for your help to prevent further illness within the school by following advice in the checklist below: We will be reminding children about washing hands in school and continue to be vigilant cleaning classroom equipment. We would like to thank you for your support in this matter.   Mrs Edmenson Head Teacher  

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