blue-check Guidelines on Covid-19 treatment for pregnant women, lactating women, and infants at home

Decision No. 775/QD-BYT dated March 28th, 2022 of the Ministry of Health guidelines on care and management for pregnant women, lactating women, and infants infected with COVID-19 at home
Posted: 29/3/2022 7:31:17 AM | Latest updated: 30/6/2022 2:07:18 PM (GMT+7) | LuatVietnam: 5421 | Vietlaw: 558

This Decision promulgates guidelines on care and management for pregnant women, lactating women, and infants infected with COVID-19 at home.

Accordingly, it should note that frequent rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test is not necessary for infants even when their caregivers are infected with COVID-19.

During the period of Covid-19 treatment at home, do not subject the infants to steam inhalation therapy in any shape or form.

Do not use antiviral drugs, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medicines, etc. for pregnant women, lactating women and infants without indications and prescription.

This Decision takes effect from the date of its signing.


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