Inside the house make sure that there are few areas for communal or shared use, the living room, dining room and bathrooms should be the only ones used by all the inhabitants of the house. Also be sure to ventilate these and all other rooms for at least 5 to 15 minutes every day.
Stay away from other people. Do not accept visits; use social networks and video calls. The most important thing is that you constantly remember that not only you are in danger. Other family members may be even more vulnerable.
If you must leave your house, avoid the use of shared vehicles and keep the minimum indicated distance of 2 meters, with other people. Wear a mask at all times.
In times of stress and crisis, children and teens require more attention from their parents or caretakers. Talk frankly and calmly with them about the situation. Help them find positive ways to express disturbing feelings like fear and sadness.
Playing is a good option and there are several websites and YouTube channels with activities and ideas for the little ones at home.
Continue their routines for sleep and eating. Also establish a schedule for the use of the internet and television. To maintain study habits, continue with the usual study hours they have at school. Follow up and support each of the online school activities they carry out.