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Topic – When You Are Sick

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When You Are Sick

It is not fun to be sick. You might cough or sneeze. You might get a runny nose or have a sore throat. Germs got into your body and made you sick. It is important not to spread those germs. The germs could make other people sick, too.

Here are some ways you can stop germs from spreading to other people.

Wash Your Hands Often

Germs can get onto your hands. Then the germs can go onto people or things you touch. Wash your hands often so you do not spread germs. Washing your hands gets rid of the germs on them.

Cover Your Mouth When You Cough

A cough sends germs from inside your body into the air. Those germs could make other people sick. Cover your mouth when you cough. That will help to keep germs from spreading.

Do not cover your mouth with your hand when you cough. Germs will get on your hand. You will spread those germs when you touch things. Cover your mouth with the inside of your elbow. You do not touch things with the inside of your elbow, so germs will not spread.

Stay Away from Other People

You might spread germs to people you play with. They might get sick. Try not to get close to other people when you are sick. Tell your friends you will play with them when you are feeling better.


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