Kids & COVID Vaccines
Doctors, nurses, researchers, and healthcare workers provide facts and dispel misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines in this FAQ video series.
How can we build healthy communities? How can we talk about COVID-19 and vaccination with young people or other adults? How do we avoid falling for—or spreading—misinformation and disinformation? This page includes resources from museums and other trusted sources to promote community health and make conversations about vaccination a bit easier and more informed. There is a section directed at young people for use by caregivers/parents and a section directed at adults that includes resources for talking about vaccination, staying well, and community engagement.
With young people back in school, taking steps to keep them safe from COVID-19 is more important than ever. How can vaccination protect children? How can unvaccinated children be protected? How can parents and caregivers talk with young people in age-appropriate ways? What learning and teaching tools are available? These resources are here to help.
These young people have spent a considerable portion of their lives in a COVID-19 world and have definite feelings about it. They share their thoughts as a way of encouraging their peers to be vaccinated.
These resources answer common questions about kids and vaccines and help parents and caregivers address children's concerns.
Educational materials for the youngest learners up to Grades 9–12 and hand-on activities.
Tracking perceptions and trends on vaccination efforts for young people.
These resources help navigate COVID-19 information and disinformation and debunk some common myths.
These resources are for and about adults and include guides for well-being. Resources for creating museum and community partnerships may help crucial community efforts.
Last update: May 11, 2022