The methodological bases of health preventive work with children aged 6-7 who often get sick under the conditions of the covid-19 pandemic
Keywords:sickly children, Covid-19, pandemic, recovery, prevention, distance learning, isolation
Children with a high incidence of children need constant prevention and rehabilitation, even during the Covid-19 pandemic. There is a high risk of recurrence of diseases with complications. Today in Ukraine, as in most countries of the world, there is a special statistics on the increase in the incidence of Covid-19 among different age groups of the population. A large number of confirmed cases have also been identified among the child population. The Children of primary school age who do not comply with the conditions for the prevention of coronavirus disease may have complications in the form of a multisystem inflammatory syndrome.The research aim of the study was to scientifically substantiate health and preventive activities in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic with first-year children who often suffer from respiratory diseases.It has been established that in order to improve the health of children in the conditions of distance learning, it is necessary to develop hygiene skills, breathing exercises, physical exercises, self-massage, hardening and preventive nutrition. On a scale for assessing the level of physical activity for children, the "extremely easy" and "easy" levels were inherent. One of the main tasks is to increase the level of physical activity in the isolation of COVID-19, as well as the overall immune response of the body.
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