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COVID-19的放松屏蔽儿童指南:英格兰副首席医疗官詹妮·哈里斯(Jenny Harries)博士的建议

经过贾斯汀·罗伯茨|最后更新于2021年5月27日

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Dr Jenny Harries did a webchat with Mumsnet<\/a> on 8 July 2020 to answer users\u2019 questions about how to keep vulnerable children safe as shielding guidance is relaxed. You can find out more about changes in the guidance here<\/a>.<\/p>

How can parents of vulnerable children - or parents who are themselves vulnerable - be confident about the return to work or school?<\/h2>

\u201cWe know that, fortunately, most children very rarely get any significant illness with COVID-19 infection, so most parents can be reassured about their children going back to school. Social bubbles are also good because they keep the number of social interactions down \u2013 a bit like living in a school family.<\/p>

When you go back to work, just like the rest of us, you should continue to keep washing your hands and social distance when you can, but the levels of virus in the community now are very low, which is why we have relaxed the shielding guidance.\"<\/p>

What about siblings of shielded children? Can we be confident that they won\u2019t bring the infection home from school?<\/h2>

\u201cWe are all really aware of how important it is for children to be in school and complete their education \u2013 it will set their own health outcomes as adults for themselves and their families.<\/p>

It's impossible to absolutely guarantee safety for any illness, including COVID-19. The same sorts of issues often arise for families when it's flu season. However, we have relaxed the advice for shielding people because we know that the transmission of the virus in most communities is very low. If it rises in a local area in the future \u2013 such as Leicester \u2013 then we will immediately provide special advice for those in the affected area who are on the Shielded Patient List.<\/p>

One of the difficulties with giving shielding advice is that everyone's individual family circumstances and housing is very different. The important thing is to remember to do the basics as frequently as possible \u2013 so keeping your distance, washing hands frequently and keeping the overall number of social interactions down.<\/p>

Going to school is also really important, and they have strict control measures in place to ensure any risk of infection is absolutely minimised, and special access to Test and Trace.<\/p>

We would not be advising schools to open if we thought they were unsafe.\"<\/p>

Our baby daughter has complex health needs. Can we take her to visit her grandparents, who have also been shielding?<\/h2>

\u201cAs your daughter's case is quite complex, it's probably important to have a quick discussion with your doctor next time you have an appointment. Overall, the likelihood of your daughter or your parents meeting the virus now in the community is very low, and if it rises locally we will be letting you know so you can take extra precautions if necessary.\u201d<\/p>

If there\u2019s a local lockdown, will vulnerable children need to shield again? How will we be told?<\/h2>

\u201cIf there are any local lockdowns in your area, we will always identify those people on the shielded patient list and give them special advice until the cases have lowered again in their area. We have done this for Leicester, so we know it works.\u201d<\/p>

Why is important guidance like this being leaked to the media ahead of official announcements?<\/h2>

\u201cUnfortunately, sometimes where we engage early to help patients understand what is being planned or announced, it does result in some media leakage of information. I\u2019m really sorry if that has happened to you. Hopefully you will have seen from the latest announcements that we are always trying to build in some time so that people can get used to the idea changes in their daily lives.\u201d<\/p>

About Dr Jenny Harries<\/h2>

Jenny Harries<\/a> was appointed Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England in July 2019, taking on a broad portfolio including the health service and commissioning support. Jenny\u2019s previous roles include: PHE Deputy Medical Director, PHE Executive Lead for specialised commissioning and Welsh National Health and Healthcare Director.<\/p>

Alongside these roles, Jenny has been a member of the Welsh Medicines Committee and the Clinical Priorities Advisory Group. Jenny has an extensive clinical and public health background (BSc (Hons) Pharmacology; MPH; FFPH) and her work has extended overseas as far afield as New Zealand, Pakistan and Kenya.<\/p>

She was awarded an OBE in the 2016 New Year\u2019s Honours List for services to Public Health. She advises the government on its response to coronavirus.<\/p>

Read the full webchat here<\/a>.<\/p>","value":"

Dr Jenny Harries did a webchat with Mumsnet<\/a> on 8 July 2020 to answer users\u2019 questions about how to keep vulnerable children safe as shielding guidance is relaxed. You can find out more about changes in the guidance here<\/a>.<\/p>

How can parents of vulnerable children - or parents who are themselves vulnerable - be confident about the return to work or school?<\/h2>

\u201cWe know that, fortunately, most children very rarely get any significant illness with COVID-19 infection, so most parents can be reassured about their children going back to school. Social bubbles are also good because they keep the number of social interactions down \u2013 a bit like living in a school family.<\/p>

When you go back to work, just like the rest of us, you should continue to keep washing your hands and social distance when you can, but the levels of virus in the community now are very low, which is why we have relaxed the shielding guidance.\"<\/p>

What about siblings of shielded children? Can we be confident that they won\u2019t bring the infection home from school?<\/h2>

\u201cWe are all really aware of how important it is for children to be in school and complete their education \u2013 it will set their own health outcomes as adults for themselves and their families.<\/p>

It's impossible to absolutely guarantee safety for any illness, including COVID-19. The same sorts of issues often arise for families when it's flu season. However, we have relaxed the advice for shielding people because we know that the transmission of the virus in most communities is very low. If it rises in a local area in the future \u2013 such as Leicester \u2013 then we will immediately provide special advice for those in the affected area who are on the Shielded Patient List.<\/p>

One of the difficulties with giving shielding advice is that everyone's individual family circumstances and housing is very different. The important thing is to remember to do the basics as frequently as possible \u2013 so keeping your distance, washing hands frequently and keeping the overall number of social interactions down.<\/p>

Going to school is also really important, and they have strict control measures in place to ensure any risk of infection is absolutely minimised, and special access to Test and Trace.<\/p>

We would not be advising schools to open if we thought they were unsafe.\"<\/p>

Our baby daughter has complex health needs. Can we take her to visit her grandparents, who have also been shielding?<\/h2>

\u201cAs your daughter's case is quite complex, it's probably important to have a quick discussion with your doctor next time you have an appointment. Overall, the likelihood of your daughter or your parents meeting the virus now in the community is very low, and if it rises locally we will be letting you know so you can take extra precautions if necessary.\u201d<\/p>

If there\u2019s a local lockdown, will vulnerable children need to shield again? How will we be told?<\/h2>

\u201cIf there are any local lockdowns in your area, we will always identify those people on the shielded patient list and give them special advice until the cases have lowered again in their area. We have done this for Leicester, so we know it works.\u201d<\/p>

Why is important guidance like this being leaked to the media ahead of official announcements?<\/h2>

\u201cUnfortunately, sometimes where we engage early to help patients understand what is being planned or announced, it does result in some media leakage of information. I\u2019m really sorry if that has happened to you. Hopefully you will have seen from the latest announcements that we are always trying to build in some time so that people can get used to the idea changes in their daily lives.\u201d<\/p>

About Dr Jenny Harries<\/h2>

Jenny Harries<\/a> was appointed Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England in July 2019, taking on a broad portfolio including the health service and commissioning support. Jenny\u2019s previous roles include: PHE Deputy Medical Director, PHE Executive Lead for specialised commissioning and Welsh National Health and Healthcare Director.<\/p>

Alongside these roles, Jenny has been a member of the Welsh Medicines Committee and the Clinical Priorities Advisory Group. Jenny has an extensive clinical and public health background (BSc (Hons) Pharmacology; MPH; FFPH) and her work has extended overseas as far afield as New Zealand, Pakistan and Kenya.<\/p>

She was awarded an OBE in the 2016 New Year\u2019s Honours List for services to Public Health. She advises the government on its response to coronavirus.<\/p>

Read the full webchat here<\/a>.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":194452,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_edit_lock","meta_value":"1622109765:5","value":"1622109765:5"},{"meta_id":194461,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_edit_last","meta_value":"5","value":"5"},{"meta_id":194462,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_title","meta_value":"field_5ff8482f6b791","value":"field_5ff8482f6b791"},{"meta_id":194463,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_description","meta_value":"field_5ff848406b792","value":"field_5ff848406b792"},{"meta_id":194464,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"0","value":"0"},{"meta_id":194465,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"field_60255d5f751c0","value":"field_60255d5f751c0"},{"meta_id":194466,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"metadata","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194467,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_metadata","meta_value":"field_5fd3830066848","value":"field_5fd3830066848"},{"meta_id":194468,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"meta_data","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194469,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_meta_data","meta_value":"field_5fdb87e864345","value":"field_5fdb87e864345"},{"meta_id":194470,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_standfirst","meta_value":"field_5fd780c885c09","value":"field_5fd780c885c09"},{"meta_id":194471,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"content_author","meta_value":"8029","value":"8029"},{"meta_id":194472,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_content_author","meta_value":"field_5fdb87f664347","value":"field_5fdb87f664347"},{"meta_id":194473,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"hero_image","meta_value":"9310","value":"9310"},{"meta_id":194474,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_hero_image","meta_value":"field_6001cf71533a1","value":"field_6001cf71533a1"},{"meta_id":194475,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_body_news_body_0_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":194476,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_body_news_body","meta_value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34","value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34"},{"meta_id":194477,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"body_news","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194478,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_body_news","meta_value":"field_5ff718211989b","value":"field_5ff718211989b"},{"meta_id":194479,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"default_hub","meta_value":"8067","value":"8067"},{"meta_id":194480,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_default_hub","meta_value":"field_5fd780c885d66","value":"field_5fd780c885d66"},{"meta_id":194481,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194482,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"field_5ff46fa656d18","value":"field_5ff46fa656d18"},{"meta_id":194483,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194484,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce","value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce"},{"meta_id":194485,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194486,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"field_5ff8686325fd2","value":"field_5ff8686325fd2"},{"meta_id":194487,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"hub_data","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194488,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_hub_data","meta_value":"field_5ff4706a922dc","value":"field_5ff4706a922dc"},{"meta_id":194489,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"manual_related_links","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194490,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_manual_related_links","meta_value":"field_5fd780c885fe8","value":"field_5fd780c885fe8"},{"meta_id":194491,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"sponsor","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":194492,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_sponsor","meta_value":"field_5fd780c886084","value":"field_5fd780c886084"},{"meta_id":194529,"post_id":7479,"meta_key":"_expiration-date-status","meta_value":"saved","value":"saved"}],"taxonomies":[{"term_taxonomy_id":61,"term_id":61,"taxonomy":"category","description":"","parent":0,"count":65,"pivot":{"object_id":7479,"term_taxonomy_id":61},"term":{"term_id":61,"name":"News","slug":"news","term_group":0}},{"term_taxonomy_id":68,"term_id":68,"taxonomy":"category","description":"","parent":58,"count":141,"pivot":{"object_id":7479,"term_taxonomy_id":68},"term":{"term_id":68,"name":"Children","slug":"children","term_group":0}},{"term_taxonomy_id":71,"term_id":71,"taxonomy":"category","description":"","parent":58,"count":42,"pivot":{"object_id":7479,"term_taxonomy_id":71},"term":{"term_id":71,"name":"Education","slug":"education","term_group":0}}],"thumbnail":null}">

脸面具的小孩

Dr Jenny Harries did awebchat with Mumsnet2020年7月8日,要回答用户关于如何确保弱势儿童安全的问题,因为屏蔽指导很放松。您可以找到更多有关这里的指导变化

How can parents of vulnerable children - or parents who are themselves vulnerable - be confident about the return to work or school?

“我们知道,幸运的是,大多数孩子很少会因19 Covid-19的感染而患任何重大疾病,因此大多数父母都可以对他们的孩子回到学校感到放心。社交泡沫也很好,因为它们会保留社交互动的数量 - 有点像住在学校家庭中。

当您回去工作时,就像我们其他人一样,您应该继续继续洗手和社交距离,但是现在社区中的病毒水平非常低,这就是为什么我们放松了屏蔽的原因指导。”

What about siblings of shielded children? Can we be confident that they won’t bring the infection home from school?

“We are all really aware of how important it is for children to be in school and complete their education – it will set their own health outcomes as adults for themselves and their families.

It's impossible to absolutely guarantee safety for any illness, including COVID-19. The same sorts of issues often arise for families when it's flu season. However, we have relaxed the advice for shielding people because we know that the transmission of the virus in most communities is very low. If it rises in a local area in the future – such as Leicester – then we will immediately provide special advice for those in the affected area who are on the Shielded Patient List.

提供屏蔽建议的困难之一是,每个人的家庭环境和住房都大不相同。重要的是要记住尽可能频繁地进行基础知识,因此请保持距离,经常洗手并保持社交互动的总数。

上学也很重要,他们采取了严格的控制措施,以确保任何感染的风险绝对最小化,并特殊访问测试和追踪。

如果我们认为他们不安全,我们不会建议学校开放。”

我们的宝贝女儿有复杂的健康需求。我们可以带她去拜访她的祖父母,谁也在屏蔽?

“由于女儿的案子非常复杂,下次您预约时,与您的医生进行快速讨论可能很重要。总体而言,您的女儿或父母现在在社区中遇到病毒的可能性很低,如果在当地上升,我们将通知您,以便在必要时采取额外的预防措施。”

如果有当地的锁定,弱势儿童是否需要再次屏蔽?我们将如何被告知?

“如果您所在的地区有任何当地锁定,我们将始终识别出屏蔽患者名单上的那些人,并给他们特别的建议,直到案件再次降低其区域为止。我们为莱斯特做了这一点,所以我们知道它有效。”

为什么在官方公告之前将这样的重要指导泄露给媒体?

“不幸的是,有时我们会尽早参与帮助患者了解正在计划或宣布的内容,这确实导致了一些媒体泄漏信息。如果您发生的话,我真的很抱歉。希望您可以从最新的公告中看到,我们一直在一段时间内一直在努力建立,以便人们可以习惯他们日常生活的想法。”

About Dr Jenny Harries

珍妮·哈里斯(Jenny Harries)was appointed Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England in July 2019, taking on a broad portfolio including the health service and commissioning support. Jenny’s previous roles include: PHE Deputy Medical Director, PHE Executive Lead for specialised commissioning and Welsh National Health and Healthcare Director.

除了这些角色外,珍妮还是威尔士药品委员会和临床优先咨询小组的成员。珍妮(Jenny)具有广泛的临床和公共卫生背景(BSC(荣誉)药理学; MPH; FFPH),她的工作已延伸到新西兰,巴基斯坦和肯尼亚的海外。

她在2016年新年荣誉名单中获得了OBE,以提供公共卫生服务。她建议政府对冠状病毒的反应。

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