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Phin Public School ahead of their first day of classes in Pickering, Ont., Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Cole Burston Previously, Toronto Public Health and the province said children with one symptom including runny nose, headache, nausea or sore throat could stay home for at least 24 hours and return to school once that symptom improved, without seeking a COVID-19 test. “Now what we’re saying is that even if it’s improved, get tested, and if it’s negative, then come back to school,” Toronto’s Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Vinita Dubey told CP24. Dubey stressed that the guidance is for new or worsening symptoms and not a runny nose if a child is prone to a runny nose for a prolonged period, say during winter months. Other symptoms, such as fever above 37.8C, loss of taste or smell, cough or difficulty breathing always required immediate isolation at home and COVID-19 testing, even under the earlier guidance. Showing two or more of any of the symptoms listed also required self-isolation and a call to the child's doctor under the previous guidance. The new guidance states that children who do not access a COVID-19 test once home with symptoms must stay home for at least 10 days before returning to school. The new guidance also takes effect in Peel Region, where officials say they have been detecting case positivity rates among small children of 10 per cent or more. For its part, Ontario's Ministry of Education says its online screening tool will updated with links to the new guidances in Toronto and Peel Region. "Our guidance provides a baseline, as endorsed by the Chief Medical Officer of Health. As has always been the case, local medical officers of health have the option to augment and enhance measures, based on their local situations and circumstances," Education Minister Stephen Lecce's spokesperson, Caitlin Clark, told CTV News Toronto. Toronto Public Health says the new guidance is informed in part by recent asymptomatic COVID-19 testing and other surveillance at schools, including an elementary school in Thorncliffe Park where 26 cases were found – representing roughly one in every 25 occupants of the school building. “A handful of them, five or more, actually had mild symptoms the week before they were tested,” Dubey said of the children at Thorncliffe Park Public School. “The symptoms resolved so they went back to school, but actually they tested positive, so it was from COVID. It’s those kinds of cases we want to prevent with this change in screening.” Dubey said the change to the testing guidance was in the works for several weeks and not introduced as a result of the experience at Thorncliffe Park Public School. “But what happened at Thorncliffe Park showed us why we needed to go ahead with this,” she said. 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பெற்றோர்கள் இப்போது நோய் அறிகுறிகள் தென்பட்டால், தங்கள் குழந்தையை பள்ளிக்கு அனுப்ப வேண்டாம் வீட்டிலேயே வைத்திருக்க வேண்டும்.

மேலும் அவர்கள் கொரோனா தொற்றுக்கான  பொதுவான அறிகுறியைக் காட்டினால் கூட COVID-19 பரிசோதனையைப் செய்ய வேண்டும் என  பீல் மற்றும் டொராண்டோ அதிகாரிகள் கூறுகிறார்கள்.

புதிய வழிகாட்டுதலின் கீழ் டிச. 7 முதல் மூக்கு ஒழுகுதல், தலைவலி, குமட்டல் அல்லது தொண்டை புண் உள்ளிட்ட மோசமான அறிகுறிகள் தென்பட்டால் பெற்றோர்கள் எந்தவொரு குழந்தையையும் வீட்டிலேயே வைத்திருக்க வேண்டும். பள்ளிக்கு அனுப்பக் கூடாது.

மேலும் அறிகுறிகள் காட்டாவிட்டாலும் கூட, அவர்களுடன் வசிக்கும் எந்த உடன்பிறப்புகளையும் வீட்டிலேயே வைத்திருக்க வேண்டும்.

அறிகுறி தென்பட்ட குழந்தைக்கு சுகாதார பரிசோதனை அல்லது COVID-19 சோதனைக்கு ஏற்பாடு செய்ய வேண்டும்.

மேலும் கொரோனா வைரஸ் தொற்றுக்கு ஒத்த அறிகுறிகளைக் காட்டினால் பெற்றோர்களும் வீட்டிலேயே இருக்க வேண்டும் என்று அறிவுறுத்தப்பட்டுள்ளது.

முன்னதாக, டொராண்டோ பொது சுகாதாரத்துறை மூக்கு ஒழுகுதல், தலைவலி, குமட்டல் அல்லது தொண்டை புண் உள்ளிட்ட அறிகுறிகளைக் கொண்ட குழந்தைகள்,  குறைந்தது 24 மணிநேரம் வீட்டிலேயே தங்கி, அந்த அறிகுறியில் இருந்து மீண்டவுடன் பள்ளிக்கு திரும்பலாம் என கூறப்பட்டிருந்தது.

தற்போது அந்த அறிகுறியில் இருந்து மீண்டு வந்தாலும், பரிசோதனை செய்யுங்கள். தொற்று இல்லை என்றால் மட்டும், மீண்டும் பள்ளிக்கு வாருங்கள்” என்று டொராண்டோவின் சுகாதார முதன்மை மருத்துவ அதிகாரி கூறினார்.

37.8C க்கு மேல் காய்ச்சல், சுவை அல்லது வாசனை இழப்பு, இருமல் அல்லது சுவாசிப்பதில் சிரமம் போன்ற பிற அறிகுறிகள் எப்போதும் வீட்டிலேயே உடனடி தனிமைப்படுத்தல் மற்றும் COVID-19 சோதனை தேவையாகும்.

இந்த புதிய வழிகாட்டுதல் பீல் பிராந்தியத்திலும் நடைமுறைக்கு வருகிறது. அங்கு அதிகாரிகள் 10 சதவீதம் அல்லது அதற்கு மேற்பட்ட சிறு குழந்தைகளிடையே கொரோனா அதிகரிப்பு விகிதங்களைக் கண்டறிந்து வருவதாகக் கூறுகின்றனர்.

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