Talking to children about a positive COVID-19 test result can be hard, but it’s important to share the test results with your child, regardless of their age.
If your child is asymptomatic or has or very mild symptoms, we recommend getting a COVID test at a community-based site rather than a pediatricians’ office or a hospital.
COVID-19, the flu and respiratory viruses such as RSV have similar symptoms. But there are a few differences that can help you determine why your child is sick.
While the number of COVID-19 infections in children is increasing, there is currently no definitive evidence that the delta variant is more dangerous for kids.
Long-haul COVID, or long COVID, refers to a group of long-term symptoms people may experience after recovering from COVID infection.