Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Mar 29, 2012
    Teresa from PA Asked

    Hi, I have had a load of ?'s concerning my 19y o daughter. She has a load of allergies and usually wears a facemask when outside because they gett to much for her to handle. Will she need it there? if so will she be aloud to wear it in the parks? Thank you

    Hi Teresa,



    Thanks for writing.  If your daughter's medical condition requires her to wear a face mask, then she should absolutely do so.  I'm guessing, but am not certain, that by allergies, you refer to seasonal allergies (triggered by tree and grass pollens).  My boys both suffer from relatively severe seasonal allergies, and at certain times of the year (this being one of them) Central Florida can have high pollen levels.  In our experience, March through May are the worst months for tree pollen.  Other times of the year tend to be more tolerable for my boys.  I hope this help!  Have a great trip.
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