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Score: 567028.6 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...-keep-safe/protective-measures
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If your child is sick, with COVID-19 symptoms, keep them home until their recovery.   2. How do I prepare my child for school? (...) Ask your child or the teacher to keep you informed about activities that may put them in close contact with others. (...) Get in contact with your child’s doctor to evaluate the need to perform a COVID-19 test and keep the school informed on the test results. Keep your child at home until the doctor’s recommendation or follow the self-isolation protocols from your local health authority.   7.
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Score: 566818.4 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbaijan/stories/back-school
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If your child is sick, with COVID-19 symptoms, keep them home until their recovery.   2. How do I prepare my child for school? (...) Ask your child or the teacher to keep you informed about activities that may put them in close contact with others. (...) Get in contact with your child’s doctor to evaluate the need to perform a COVID-19 test and keep the school informed on the test results. Keep your child at home until the doctor’s recommendation or follow the self-isolation protocols from your local heath authority.   7.
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Score: 566818.4 - https://www.unicef.org/romania/stories/back-school
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Campaign Keeping children safe and learning in the pandemic Special guidance for parents and teachers to keep children safe and learning during COVID-19 UNICEF Viet Nam UNICEF Viet Nam\Xuan Lan Available in: English Tiếng Việt For parents The numbers are unprecedented, the implications enormous. (...) Read the story Video 5 ways to help keep children learning during the COVID-19 UNICEF Global Chief of Education’s tips to help keep your child learning at home. (...) Watch now Article Keeping Children Safe Online Children and teens are now spending a lot more time online.
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Score: 566223.1 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...ren-safe-and-learning-pandemic
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.%20record%20keeping 2.9. Record keeping 2.9.1. Financial and sales records 2.9.2. (...) While it is true that some successful entrepreneurs keep all of the information in their head and do not keep records, no-one else can help run the business during times of illness or absence. (...) Costs of record keeping:  time spent learning how to keep records or training staff time spent writing them  cost of materials such as ledgers and pens  information is written down and therefore potentially available for competitors or authorities to see  cost of keeping records private and secure.
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Score: 565651.66 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/2...494ae4b856fbafdd4d5779e585.doc
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United Nations Archives and Records Management Section Quick Reference Sheets MANAGING RECORDS DAY TO DAY UN offices need to work with the record-keeping experts at UN ARMS to make long-term decisions about the value of official records. (...) Decisions about how long to keep records are made by appropriate managers within your office in consul- tation with UN ARMS. (...) All destruction decisions must be formally approved before action is taken. Remember… Keeping obsolete or superseded documents can be just as hazardous as not keeping valu- able records.
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Score: 564964.3 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...anaging_records_day_to_day.pdf
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Punishment or positive motivation – Keeping people home during COVID-19 | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Uzbekistan Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Uzbekistan Punishment or positive motivation – Keeping people home during COVID-19 Punishment or positive motivation – Keeping people home during COVID-19 Posted April 20, 2020 Jaloliddin Badalov is an Outreach Specialist in Rule of Law for UNDP Uzbekistan This past weekend armored cars drove down Tashkent’s streets, announcing that people should stay indoors at all costs (...) They certainly don’t help to keep us calm.” The goal of lockdown is obvious – to keep people at home and away from others, so they are less likely to become infected or spread COVID-19, thereby reducing pressure on hospitals. (...) A number of public initiatives have also been set up to keep citizens healthy and connected during lockdown, including ‘ Uyda hayot bor ’ (There is a life at home), ‘ Uyda qoling ’ (Keep indoors), and ‘ COVID-19ni yengamiz ’ (We will beat COVID-19).
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Score: 564817.77 - https://www.undp.org/uzbekista...ng-people-home-during-covid-19
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HANDBOOK18. Keeping you and your family healthy 18. KEEPING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY (533) The following are some very important things that you should know to keep you and your family healthy. (534) A certain kind of mosquito and some kinds of freshwater snails carry diseases that can make you very sick. (535) If the plants or weeds in your ponds and pens or on the banks become too thick, snails and mosquitoes can live and grow very easily (...) Use your latrine, or relieve yourself at least 10 metres away. (541) If you are careful about all of these things, it will help to keep you and your family from getting sick.     Summary YOU HAVE LEARNED HOW TO AVOID SOME DISEASES FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Control snails and mosquitoes in your ponds and pens: keep the banks clean, cutting the grass regularly remove weeds, especially those growing above water level Keep ponds clean from human wastes: never use ponds or pens as a toilet walk at least 10 m away to relieve yourself place latrine at least 10 m away from any water or compost pile teach this to all your family and neighbours
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Score: 564326.76 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/t0581e/t0581e18.htm
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HANDBOOK18. Keeping you and your family healthy 18. KEEPING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY (533) The following are some very important things that you should know to keep you and your family healthy. (534) A certain kind of mosquito and some kinds of freshwater snails carry diseases that can make you very sick. (535) If the plants or weeds in your ponds and pens or on the banks become too thick, snails and mosquitoes can live and grow very easily (...) Use your latrine, or relieve yourself at least 10 metres away. (541) If you are careful about all of these things, it will help to keep you and your family from getting sick.     Summary YOU HAVE LEARNED HOW TO AVOID SOME DISEASES FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Control snails and mosquitoes in your ponds and pens: keep the banks clean, cutting the grass regularly remove weeds, especially those growing above water level Keep ponds clean from human wastes: never use ponds or pens as a toilet walk at least 10 m away to relieve yourself place latrine at least 10 m away from any water or compost pile teach this to all your family and neighbours
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Score: 564326.76 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/t0581e/t0581e18.htm
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If your child is sick, with COVID-19 symptoms, keep them home until their recovery.   2. How do I prepare my child for school? (...) Ask your child or the teacher to keep you informed about activities that may put them in close contact with others. (...) Get in contact with your child’s doctor to evaluate the need to perform a COVID-19 test and keep the school informed on the test results. Keep your child at home until the doctor’s recommendation or follow the self-isolation protocols from your local heath authority.   7.
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Score: 563634.1 - https://www.unicef.org/tajikistan/stories/back-school
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