Notification of head louse infestation to the school or daycare center Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Head lily infestation is the most common parasitic disease in Europe. Anyone can lice. This is not due to a lack of hygiene. Especially in places where many children come together, head lice quickly transmit. Parents therefore have to deal with the topic of "head lice" again and again. According to § 34 paragraph 1 of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG), children with head lice may not enter rooms of the community facility, use facilities of the community institution and do not participate in events of the community institution until a further spread of the absence by them is no longer to be feared after medical judgment. In accordance with § 34 paragraph 5 IfSG, the legal guardians must immediately inform the community institution about the head lice infestation. In accordance with § 34 paragraph 6, the management of the community institution must immediately notify the health authority and provide information on illness and personal information.

Preconditions
You notice head louse infestation in your child.
As a parent, inform the school or kindergarten management immediately in writing or orally about a head liquor infestation of your child. If possible, also inform the parents of the children with whom your child has a lot of contact. Treat your child with the medically prescribed means at the specified intervals. If there are no lice or reproducible nits on your child's head, he is allowed to visit the daycare center / school again as usual.

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