Prevention of rotovirus infections at sea in children: simple rules and useful recommendations
Russia is a northern country where for the most part of the population the winter lasts about six months, so the tradition of leaving the sea for a long time has settled.
Young mothers, having grown up for nine cold months with kiddies at home on sick leave, want to take their baby (or kids) in the summer to the south. The south is the sea, the sun, the beach, finally, just a new place where it will be always good and interesting for both mother and baby.
Many parents say that, after a trip with a toddler at sea, the number of sick leave decreases sharply next year. On vacation with young children go to bask in the sun, accumulate vitamin D for a year ahead, rinse the spouts with salt water to return home well and ready for the meeting of imminent colds.
Planning your trip to the sea with a child, you need to remember the dangers that await you and your children on vacation, be ready to meet them, and, best of all, know how to avoid them.
We will not list all the troubles that can be encountered on vacation, from accidents to banal ARVI. Let us dwell on such a widespread disease in recent times as rotavirus infection, which, unfortunately, increasingly lies in wait for those who rest on the sea with their mothers and children.
Rotavirus infection is a very contagious disease of a viral origin, taking place in an acute form. The main lesion is directed to the human stomach and intestines.