Can kids still have play dates or visit places, considering the coronavirus situation?

Some tips to help parents keep kids safe, but avoid going stir crazy

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On one hand, being at home is the best and safest option for kids as public officials work to slow the gradual spread of this new coronavirus, COVID-19.

But on the other hand, how long will it take before the children go stir crazy?

Most parents likely want to have their kids experience SOME play time and interaction with other children, but they’re not sure how much or what type of interaction is OK.

Kids might be at a low risk for contracting the coronavirus, but they can still aid in the spread of the illness.

Below are some answers to questions parents are having as they try and balance keeping their kids safe and active during shutdowns associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

Can we still have playdates?

There are mixed reviews on this question.

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