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[News] Peruvian Press Council and Unicef start campaign to help curb contagion of coronavirus

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As part of the campaign, webinars will be held in which ministers, public officials, health experts, educators and sociologists will participate, who will explain strategies to avoid infections with a focus for the whole family.
In order to help curb coronavirus infections in the country, the Peruvian Press Council (CPP) and Unicef will initiate a communication campaign at the national level that promotes self-care for families.

As part of this campaign, the first activity will be a series of three webinars with ministers, public officials, health experts, educators and sociologists that will explain strategies to avoid infections with a focus for the whole family.

The first webinar, to be held on Tuesday, August 4 at 5 pm through Facebook Live, will discuss the considerations that parents should take into account when returning to the active life of their children, from walks through public spaces to visit relatives, and how to avoid infections.

For this first seminar, the invited panelists are Pilar Mazzetti, Minister of Health; Elmer Huerta, doctor and communicator; Patricia García, main professor at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and former Minister of Health; and Jorge Bruce, psychoanalyst.

The following webinar, to be held on Thursday, August 6 at 5:00 p.m., will refer to stimulating self-care for children and adolescents when they stay home to study and parents go out to work. The invited panelists are Patricia Salas, member of the National Council of Education; Paul Neira, education expert; and Javier Díaz-Albertini, sociologist from the University of Lima.

The series will close on Tuesday, August 11 at 5:00 p.m. with a webinar on the relevance that adolescents have gained during social distancing.

Topics such as the responsibility of adolescents in the purchase of food and medicine for their families, a safe reunion with their friends and how to avoid contagions in markets and public transport will be analyzed. The panelists will be María del Camen Calle, executive secretary of the Andean Health Organization; Daniel Contreras, UNICEF education specialist; and Diana Marchena, vice minister of Pedagogical Management at the Ministry of Education.

All webinars will be presented by the president of the CPP, María Eugenia Mohme; concluded by the representative of Unicef in Peru, Ana de Mendoza; and moderated by Augusto Townsend, chief curator of the Reading Committee.
 

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