Even in the midst of a pandemic, life goes on. This is certainly the case with Praram 9 hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, where they were given on Thursday, two newborn little face shield to help protect them from COVID-19 – the disease caused by the novel coronavirus – as they traveled from the hospital. In a statement to time, the hospital said Thursday that the nurses the baby had prepared, being laid off has begun and removed from hospital to home. If the child’s mother said he would take a taxi or public transport to get home, “the sisters for the child’s well-being and have worried Crafted visors,” said the hospital. the statement said, “The visors were there only for a short-term protection.” The hospital added that no cases of pediatric COVID-19 in a post on Facebook, confirmed the hospital this visor was a “case by case” date for the return home by the children in the hospital and usually not for all newborn babies in the hospital. “Because security is what concerns us most,” the Post said. The photographs, taken through a glass window in the hospital’s maternity ward, point to wear nurses and mother of the newborn also masks. The Center for the control and disease prevention (CDC) recommends that children aged two and above all, wear face masks in public to help stop the spread of the crown. Experts believe that children tend to be asymptotically carrier and could be accidentally spread the virus. However, as Dr. Jamie Macklin, a pediatric hospitalist at the National Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, he said today “infants and young children have airways smaller … breathing may be more difficult through a mask them. by using a mask on the risk of a choking child can increase. “experts recommend no mask on a child under the age of two children. According to the CDC, an infant is prone to person to person spread of the crown. “Tried A very limited number of children positive for the virus shortly after birth,” the CDC says on its website pregnancy and lactation. “However, it is unknown whether these children get the virus before or after birth.” From Saturday morning Eastern time, Thailand has had at least 2,518 confirmed cases of the crown and at least 35 confirmed dead, according to a tracker from Johns Hopkins University. As in other countries around the world, Thailand has issued a state of emergency to discourage the closing meeting places such as bars and restaurants and the prohibition and sale of alcohol in an attempt to socialize.