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I have 3 babies, a 4 years old and the 2 years old twins. Should I be concerned about their health more than usual? We live in France in the countryside in a little town of 55000 souls. My children are lively, they need their 2 hour stroll every day to the playground to see and play with their mates, unless they drive me mad and can not do my chores at home. We stayed at home from middle of march till june but no more, I can not do more at home. Fortunately there is a little garden and backyard full of their toys and jungle gym my husband built this spring, but this is not the same. The older one kind of understood the situation but the twins wanted to go to see their friends and have their playdates all day every day. How would you make them understand this covid-19 situation? So I made a decision and take extra care of them, washing their hands with sanitizer in every 10 minutes, having a shower and changing clothes right after we arrive home, etc. Still I am afraid I was too unpatient and unconcerned about the true risks of the pandemic.
I am aware of the international online media about the covid-19 circus, and there is a new expression called hespress, I would like to find out what does that mean exactly. All this coronavirus misery upsets me 'cause before the worldwide pandamic I could find interesting and informative articles about international economy, banking, politics etc. Now all you can read about is covid and how many have died, how many have been in hospitals. It is sad that all the news sites and media providers only - or mainly - talk about the virus and it's aftermath. Life isn't just about drama and sickness, please! Wow.. so please tell me somebody what's there to know about this so called hespress. Thank you