Livestream Physical & Mental Health Care Guidance For Children During Covid-19

Besides the elderly, people with underlying medical conditions, pregnant and lactating women, and children easily get COVID-19. Although recent statistics show that the rate of children getting COVID-19 or having severe complications is low, young children have weak immune systems, so parents should take it seriously.

Livestream Physical & Mental Health Care Guidance For Children During Covid-19

Start time: 2021-07-30 03:00:00
End time: 2021-07-22 04:00:00

7/29/2021 8:56:34 AM


Do not neglect children's mental health. Young children are inherently hyperactive, stay at home 24/7, and have no environment to exercise, play, run, jump, etc., which is also pressure.

Wishing to share these worries with parents and help you take care of comprehensive physical and mental health for children during the COVID-19. CarePlus organize a Livestream

Physical & Mental Health Care Guidance For Children During Covid-19

  • 15:00 on Friday, July 30, 2021, on CarePlus Clinic Vietnam fanpage
  • Doctor Pham Thi Thuy Trang - Head of Pediatrics Department of CarePlus International Clinic.

In particular, CarePlus will give five unique gifts to 5 lucky viewers.

Each gift includes one box of VG Pro adult medical masks + 1 box of VG Kids medical masks, and 1 CarePlus health checkup voucher.

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