Coronavirus questions answered: Can grandparents have grandchildren at their house overnight?
Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Fox News medical contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier answered your questions about the coronavirus pandemic on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday. Question: My daughter-in-law wants to send two of my grandchildren here to stay the night while they are out of school to give her some relief. Should I agree to this or not? “No, no, no, no, no. That’s not a good idea,” Dr. Saphier said. “I know that as a grandparent, you would love to take them in and you want to give your daughter that relief, but bottom line, I assume that you’re probably a little bit older and that means that you’re considerably high risk.” “Everyone just needs to kind of stay in their house right now. They’re going to be at your house soon enough,” she continued. Question: I have had a sore throat since Sunday. Should I be self-quarantining? “You may just have allergies. You may have a cold,” Dr. Saphier said, adding that “the telltale signs of COVID-19 are fever, cough, shortness of breath, but that doesn’t mean that a sore throat isn’t also a symptom.”“If you are just having symptoms in general, that means you probably have some sort of viral infection, whether it’s COVID-19 or not,” she continued. “You should just stay home and see