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Advice for parents on conjunctivitis: Don’t go to GP

Advice for parents on conjunctivitis: Don’t go to GP

The Royal College of GPs has produced a poster advising parents what to do if their child has conjunctivitis.

Parents are advised not to see a GP or practice nurse, use antibiotics, or keep their child away from school (unless they are feeling particularly unwell).

You can download the poster here.

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The Royal College of GPs has produced a poster advising parents what to do if their child has conjunctivitis.