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Guidelines for Communicable Disease Prevention and Control for Child Care Settings

Government of Nova Scotia Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Nova Scotia 1 November 2013 Guidelines non communicable disease

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"The purpose of this document is to provide guidance and information on how to prevent and manage communicable diseases in regulated child care settings. These include child care facilities and approved family day care homes (hereafter referred to as “programs”). It outlines the responsibilities of child care staff and family home day care providers (hereafter referred to as “staff”) and reviews illnesses and diseases that may occur in these programs."

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