Resources about COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children — Spanish
CDC Expands Updated COVID-19 Vaccines to Include Children Ages 5 Through 11. Read Media Statement
Outreach resources for COVID-19 vaccinations for children. CDC recommends everyone age 6 months and older get a vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Learn more about vaccinations for children at the CDC website.
We've created talking points with details on COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 6 months and up to help with your outreach efforts.
School Communities Toolkit — Spanish
Guides, templates, sample messages, and other informational resources for school district leaders and school administrators to support COVID-19 vaccination and inform faculty, parents, and students about COVID-19 guidelines.
Flipchart for Community Health Workers: The Importance of COVID Vaccines for Children 6 Months and Older — Spanish
A digital flipchart in Spanish for community health workers on COVID vaccines for children.
Letter Template About COVID Vaccines for Early Care and Education Programs to Send to Parents/Guardians — Spanish
Letter template with placeholder language for early care and education programs to inform parents and guardians about COVID-19 vaccines for children.
Talking Points for Pediatricians/Family Physicians — Spanish
Talking points to help build vaccine confidence with parents/guardians of patients.
Letter to Parents/Guardians of Patients About COVID-19 Vaccines Template — Spanish
Letter template with placeholder language for pediatricians/family physicians to keep parents/guardians of patients informed about COVID-19 and vaccines.
Text Messages for Pediatricians/Family Physicians to Encourage Vaccination — Spanish
Use these text messages as is, or use them as inspiration for your own messages to encourage the parents/guardians of your patients to get their children vaccinated against COVID-19.
Communicating With Vaccine-Eligible Children and Parents — Spanish
Talking points on children getting vaccinated and the vaccines in general.
Frequently Asked Questions From Parents/Guardians About COVID-19 and the Vaccines — Spanish
Respuestas a las preguntas más comunes hechas por padres y tutores legales sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19.
Pediatricians and Family Physicians Toolkit — Spanish
This toolkit provides CDC information on COVID-19 vaccination for pediatricians and other medical professionals who care for children. Links take you to resources on the CDC website.
Public Service Announcement encouraging parents of children ages 6 months and older to get their children vaccinated against COVID (available in a 30 second and a 15 second version).
Posters & Flyers
We've created posters for vaccine providers serving multicultural audiences.
The Best Way to Ensure In-Person Learning for Your Child (for Parents/Guardians of Children 6 Months – 11 Years) — Spanish
Flyer to share with parents and guardians about COVID vaccines.
Keep Our School Safe - High School — Spanish
Poster encouraging high school students to vaccinate for a return to normal activities.
Where to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine for Your Child — Spanish
Flyer for promoting the availability of vaccines for children as young as 6 months.
COVID Vaccine Conversation Card for Parents/Guardians — Spanish
Printable resource to share with the parents/guardians of patients to help build vaccine confidence.
Make Vaccine Shots Less Stressful and Painful for your Child — Spanish
Infographic for parents and caregivers with tips on comforting their child before, during, and after their vaccine shot.
Protect Your Child With a COVID-19 Vaccine
Posters for vaccine providers to print and display to encourage parents to vaccinate their children.
Sharable messages to spread the word that everyone 6 months and up is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccines Help Protect Your Child From COVID — Spanish
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 — Spanish
Social media messages encouraging parents to vaccinate their children.
1 in 5 COVID Cases Have Been in Children — Spanish
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.
Here are some videos for you to download and use in your outreach.
Ask a Doctor: Why Should My Child Be Vaccinated if They Can Still Get COVID? — Spanish
A video of Dr. Judith Flores, National Hispanic Medical Association, explaining that COVID vaccines help protect kids from hospitalization and death.
Ask a Doctor: Could My Baby Have Side Effects From a COVID Vaccine? — Spanish
A video of Dr. Judith Flores, National Hispanic Medical Association, discussing the potential side effects of COVID vaccines in babies and children.
Do You Like Puppies? — Spanish
Video encouraging parents/guardians with questions about the COVID vaccines for children to talk to their child’s doctor.
Ask a Doctor: What Are the Side Effects of COVID Vaccines in Children? — Spanish
Video of Dr. Pérez-Stable explaining that side effects from vaccines are mild, temporary, and a sign that the body is building protection against COVID.
Ask a Doctor: Why is It Important for Young Children to Get Vaccinated Against COVID? — Spanish
Video featuring Dr. Ilan Shapiro explaining that everyone ages 6 months and older can now get a safe and effective COVID vaccine.
A range of superhero-themed posters, signage, and materials for hospitals and pediatricians to help make vaccination fun for families.
Children’s Hospitals Toolkit — Spanish
Creative resources for hospitals and pediatricians hosting clinics and events to vaccinate children 6 months or older against COVID-19.
Coloring Page — Spanish
Coloring pages to provide to children before and after vaccination.
Vaccination Badge Sticker — Spanish
2"x2" “Got my Superpower” post-vaccination badge sticker to provide to children once they’ve been vaccinated.
Selfie Station — Spanish
Selfie station design to encourage pre- and post-vaccination photos.