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"slapped cheek" - when to return to school?

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Strix Wed 22-Jun-11 16:14:13

DS1 (6 yrs) was sent home from school today with "slapped cheek". But, in reading about it on the internet it seems that it is not contagaeous anymore once the rash appears.

So, I just wondered if anyone else's children have had slapped cheek recently, and at what point you sent them back to school.

Strix Wed 22-Jun-11 19:54:54

Well I'm glad no one wasted their time comming here to give me advice. It turns out DD put lipstick on DS1's cheek last night. angry

Arion Wed 22-Jun-11 19:56:58

Poor you, sorry you didn't get a response, didn't want you to feel ignored wink

At least he's not ill! grin

Strix Wed 22-Jun-11 20:21:44

I think I'm going to string him out a window by his toenails... and his sister too of course.

Seriously, of course I'm glad he's not ill... but I still might torture them both just for the fun of it.

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