Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Parents | UC Davis Children's Hospital

Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for parents

Updated March 2, 2023

Dealing with the new way of life during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can be overwhelming for parents and children, especially when it comes to staying safe at school and other activities.

Below is a list of useful resources, videos and podcasts from UC Davis Health experts for parents to help their children during this unique time.

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  • California’s COVID-19 State of Emergency has ended. What does it mean for you?

    UC Davis Health infectious disease experts share what the end of the State of Emergency means for Californians

    More about COVID state of emergency ending.
  • Tripledemic of RSV, COVID, flu predicted this winter

    Health experts across the country are warning that a trio of viruses are expected to surge during the upcoming cold months.

    More about RSV, COVID, and flu
  • Nearly 80% of patients hospitalized with COVID are unvaccinated

    UC Davis Medical Center has seen most patients hospitalized with COVID are unvaccinated, with the other 20% having breakthrough infections.

    More about COVID-19 vaccines effectiveness
  • What to know about the new COVID-19 booster shots

    UC Davis Health experts weigh in on an updated COVID-19 booster and its protection against new variants.

    More about COVID-19 booster shots
  • At-home COVID test instructions, accuracy, and where to find one

    Learn how to take an at-home COVID-19 test properly and where you can get some for your family.

    More about at-home COVID tests