Some children have been exposed to SARS, but have not become ill or may not yet be ill. In 2003, health authorities in the U.S. and Canada recommended that exposed children have their temperature and health status monitored for 10 days. In addition, these individuals were asked to follow careful precautions to prevent spreading the virus, such as staying home, washing hands frequently, covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, and contacting a doctor should symptoms appear.


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