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Podcasts for Children about COVID
Brains On! – Understanding Coronavirus and How Germs Spread, March 2020
Brains On! – Staying Home (How Social Distancing Helps Fight Coronavirus), March 2020
Brains On! – Virus Busters (How Scientists Are Working to Stop the Coronavirus), April 2020
Brains On! – How to Be a Helper from Home, May 2020
Brains On! – Masks and Mouth Mist (What We Know About the Coronavirus Now), August 2020
Brains On! – Past, Present, and Future (Using Time to Understand This Pandemic), October 2020
Brains On! – A Super Special Shot (All About Coronavirus Vaccines), January 2021
Brains On! – What’s In the COVID Vaccine?, February 2021
Brains On! – Vaccines for Kids and Silver Linings (Our Second COVID Summer), June 2021
Brains On! – The Heroes We Need to Defeat the Coronavirus, October 2021
Brains On! – A Guide to Getting Your COVID Shot, November 2021
But Why – Special on Coronavirus, March 2020
But Why – Vaccines, Masks, and Handwashing, August 2020
But Why – Why Is It a Shot? Kids’ Questions about COVID Vaccines, October 2021
The Daily – A Kids’ Guide to Coronavirus, March 2020
Tumble – Where Do Viruses Come From?, March 2020
Tumble – The Coronavirus Vaccine Race, December 2020
Tumble – Kids’ Vaccines Tackle COVID-19, November 2021
Please note that the science described in some of the earlier podcasts is now known to have changed. They remain good resources for children to spark conversations and help answer questions, but more recent information may differ. If you or your child have additional questions, feel free to email email@example.com!
Information About COVID-19 Vaccines for Children
3 Considerations for COVID-19 Vaccination of 5- to 11-Year-Old Children
Should My Child Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?
Questions and Answers About COVID-19 Vaccines
The above resources are all from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), one of the foremost pediatric medical institutions in the United States and one of the oldest hospitals dedicated to children in the world. Other helpful resources can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.