Table 1: Practices for seronegative pregnant women to reduce risk of CMV infection.#

(1) Assume that children under age 3 years in your care have
  CMV in their urine and saliva
(2) Thoroughly wash hands with soap and warm water after:
 diaper changes and handling child’s dirty laundry
 feeding or bathing child
 wiping child’s runny nose or drool
 handling child’s toys, pacifiers, or toothbrushes
(3) Do not:
 share cups, plates, utensils, toothbrushes, or food
 kiss your child on or near the mouth
 share towels or washcloths with your child
 sleep in the same bed with your child

#From [22].