Resources About COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children Ages 5+
Outreach resources for COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5+. CDC recommends everyone ages 5 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Learn more about vaccinations for children at the CDC website.
Not Too Young - :30
Television advertisement encouraging parents to vaccinate their children ages 5 and older.
Our Future: 5-11 COVID-19 Vaccines - :30
Television advertisement announcing that children 5 and older are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Irreplaceable 5+ COVID-19 Vaccines - :30
Television advertisement announcing COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for children 5 and older.
We've created talking points with details on COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5 to help with your outreach efforts.
Frequently Asked Questions From Parents/Guardians About COVID-19 and the Vaccines
Answers to the top questions frequently asked by parents/guardians about COVID-19 and the vaccines.
Communicating With Vaccine-Eligible Children and Parents
Talking points on children getting vaccinated and the vaccines in general.
Posters & Flyers
We've created posters for vaccine providers serving multicultural audiences.
Make Vaccine Shots Less Stressful and Painful for your Child
Infographic for parents and caregivers with tips on comforting their child before, during, and after their vaccine shot.
Free Child Care Available While You Get Vaccinated
Get access to free child care for all parents and caregivers getting vaccinated or recovering from vaccination.
Protect Your Child With a COVID-19 Vaccine
Posters for vaccine providers to print and display to encourage parents to vaccinate their child.
Sharable messages to spread the word that everyone 5 and up is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccines Help Protect Your Child from COVID
A shareable social media image explaining that vaccines help protect children from serious illness and hospitalization due to COVID.
Social Media Graphic Posts for Parents
Social media messages encouraging parents to vaccinate their children.
1 in 5 COVID Cases Have Been in Children
A shareable social media image explaining that vaccines can prevent your child from getting COVID and may reduce their symptoms if they do get sick.
Did You Know? Children 5+ are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines
Wondering about COVID vaccines for your kids? CDC recommends everyone 5 years and older get vaccinated to protect them from serious illness and hospitalization due to COVID.
Social Media Post About COVID-19 Vaccine Authorization for Children Ages 5 - 11
Static graphic explaining that a COVID-19 vaccine is now available to children between the ages of 5 and 11.
Here are some videos for you to download and use in your outreach.
Ask the Surgeon General: Why Vaccinate Children if Their COVID Symptoms are Likely to be Minor?
Video featuring the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, explaining that COVID vaccines help protect kids 5+ against the very real risks of COVID.
COVID Vaccine Fast Facts: Vaccine Doses for Children
A short video explaining that even though kids under 12 get a smaller dose of a COVID vaccine, they get the same protection as vaccinated adults.
Did You Know? You Can Get Your COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines in One Appointment
Yes, you can get your flu and COVID-19 vaccines in the same appointment! Don't let COVID-19 or the flu slow you down this flu season—protect your health and save some time.
Find vaccines near you today at vaccines.gov.
Ask a Pediatrician: Do the Benefits of COVID Vaccines for Children 5 and Older Outweigh the Risks?
Dr. Lee Beers, president of the AAP, explains that COVID vaccines are safe and significant side effects are much less common than long-term complications from COVID-19 infection.
Ask a Doctor: Can the Vaccine Give My Child COVID?
Short video featuring Dr. Shaquita Bell, who is absolutely certain a vaccine can't make your child sick with COVID—because the vaccines don't contain the virus that causes COVID.
Ask a Doctor: Why Do Children, Especially Black and Latinx Children, Need COVID-19 Vaccines?
Short video with pediatrician Dr. Rhea Boyd, explaining why children, especially Black and Latinx children, need to be vaccinated against COVID.
A range of superhero-themed posters, signage, and materials for hospitals and pediatricians to help make vaccination fun for families.
Children’s Hospitals Toolkit
Creative resources for hospitals and pediatricians hosting clinics and events to vaccinate children 5 and older against COVID-19.
Coloring page to provide to children before and after vaccination.
Vaccination Badge Sticker
2"x2" “Got my Superpower” post-vaccination badge sticker to provide to children once they’ve been vaccinated.
Selfie station design to encourage pre- and post-vaccination photos.