Exclusion List

Hand, foot and mouth – Ordinarily none. Blisters may be open and sore, will need to be covered to prevent infection.

Chicken Pox – 5 Days from the onset of the rash. Spots will be scabbed over and dry.

Whooping Cough – 5 days from commencing antibiotic treatment, or 21 days from onset of illness if no antibiotic treatment.

Sickness/Diarrhoea – 48 hours from the last episode.

Conjunctivitis – Once treatment has been started.

Impetigo – Until lesions are healed and crusted or 48 hours after starting antibiotic treatment.

Measles – 4 days from onset of rash.

Head Lice – None but treatment should be sought.

Scarlet Fever – 48 hours after starting antibiotic treatment.

German Measles/Rubella – 6 days from onset of rash.

Flu – None.

Mumps – 5 days from onset of swelling.

Warts/Verruca’s – Treatment from a pharmacist.

Scabies – Can return once treatment has been started.

Antibiotics – No admittance for 48 hours after the first dosage has been given.