As the coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts our community and nation, rest assured that Little Blessings will remain open until further notice.  However, please note that parents of children who present with a fever will be asked to pick up the child immediately and not return until fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications.   Please do not bring your child to the daycare if you believe your family has been exposed to COVID-19 and/or experiencing any of the symptoms including but no excluding a fever, cough and runny nose.

We are closely monitoring information from the Indiana State Department of Health and will continue to follow the guidance and recommendations of our local, state, and national authorities and will remain flexible to take action as necessary.

While we always practice good routine cleaning procedures, we’ve educated our staff and are practicing additional hygiene and cleaning practices to ensure that our facility remains safe during this exceptional cold and flu season. We have increased our attention to ensure consistent disinfection for all common areas including:

  • Countertops, drinking fountains, sinks, faucets, stall handles and flushing devices
  • Lobby area, tables and desktops
  • Door handles throughout the building

COVID-19 Symptoms (Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure): Cough, Headache, Runny Nose, Fever, Chills, Sore Throat, Shortness of Breath, Vomiting and/or Diarrhea.  

*If you think that you have been exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19) and are having these symptoms, call your healthcare provider right away. Please call ahead so the provider can take appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of infection. Tell the provider your symptoms and that you believe that you have recently come into contact with coronavirus (COVID-19). If emergency medical services are needed, please indicate when calling 911 that you believe that you have recently come into contact with coronavirus (COVID-19). If you believe that you have come into contact with coronavirus (COVID-19), please do not enter a healthcare facility without calling first. *

Information on coronavirus (COVID-19) is rapidly changing. For the most up to date information, visit the Indiana State Department of Health website at: or the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Website at
For questions or concerns, please call the Huntington County Health Department at (260) 358-4831.