COVID-19 and Kids

COVID-19 and Kids

Find the latest information and resources for children's hospitals navigating the pandemic.

Children’s hospitals and health systems are continuing to meet the health care needs of children and their communities during the pandemic. With the approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children six months and up, Children’s Hospital Association is working with state and federal agencies, children’s hospitals and other allied organizations to ensure families have access to evidence-based resources and age-appropriate vaccination sites.

Our aim is to elevate the trusted voices and efforts of children’s hospitals and health systems in their communities. Find information for children’s hospitals as they navigate the pandemic:


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