COVID-19 Vaccine and Children

We know this may be a big decision for your family. We want you to have the most accurate, up-to-date information to help you make an informed decision for your child and your family.


  • The Pfizer vaccine study included thousands of kids and found that the vaccine was 90.7% effective in preventing symptomatic COVID-19. 
  • Kids will get two shots, 21 to 42 days apart. 
  • Each dose is 10 micrograms,  which is 1/3 of the dose given to adults and teenagers.
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  3. COVID-19 Vaccine and Kids
  4. Tips for Parents
  5. Help Your Child Prepare

Coming soon! Pfizer vaccines for children under 5. Check our website and social media often for important updates. 

Check out our toolkit for parents and educators, featuring resources, fun activities, and information about the COVID-19 vaccine and children. 

Activities and Resources

COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit for Parents and Educators prepare (1)
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Source Resource
American Academy of Pediatrics Toolkit featuring videos, graphics, key messages 
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)  List of trusted, up-to-date vaccine websites  Resources created by Pediatricians 
Johns Hopkins COVID Vaccines: What Parents Need to Know
Vaccinate Your Family Science-based information for families 
CDC  COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens