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Woo Baidal; A. Jennifer; Jane Chang; et al.
Marialda Moreira Christoffel; Ana Leticia Monteiro Gomes; Tania Vignuda de Souza; Lia Leao Ciuffo
This reflective study is based on discursive formulation in three aspects: principles of the objectives and goals for the millennium sustainable development; impact of the pandemic on the health of children and their families living in social vulnerability; and the role of pediatric nursing in the care provided - limits and challenges. In January 2020, the news of COVID 19 is released as a pandemic. In Brazil, children and families are still without access to basic rights, thereby increasing their risks of social vulnerability because of the quarantine. The nursing field has an important role in monitoring children and their families, offering guidance in search for solutions and preventing contamination. There are still challenges to be overcome by the children and their families in situations of vulnerability against COVID-19.
M. Vilar-Compte; V. Pérez; G. Teruel; et al.
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