What should you do if a neighbor's child has mrsa?

Make sure... ...The child is being treated with appropriate antibiotics. As long as that's happening, there's no cause for concern.
Make sure. That if the child has a wound that it is covered. Also check on the number of days the child has been on antibiotics.
Usually Benign Bact. Staphylococcus aureus frequently present human skin & respiratory passages, especially nose. Control of this bacteria, as with all, a function of the immune system. Sa is most commonly a commensal bacteria, but that reality is not good for marketing fear. Dietary choices, activities, emotions & any internal control affecting immune function can change. Mrsa merely means resistant multiple abs.