Ok, please give me an opinion in this situation. My 9 year old daughter was diagnosed with mono today. She has had it since before July 21st as that is when she first had symptoms. The quick test came back negative but the blood test came back positive (1 week later). My 6 year old has not been tested but we are treating her as if she has mono as it has been so long and we know she has used the same cup, plate, etc as her sister.
Here is the question...if you had 4 children, one of them only 10 months old, would you allow them to be around my daughters? Knowing that one forsure has mono and the other most likely does? Also knowing that kids will be kids and there will probably be some slip up of drinking out of the same cup, giving kisses, etc?
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