Project REALM, which brought us the early information on the Coronavirus and library materials, points libraries to The Smithsonian Institution’s information relating to young people and the virus: https://www.si.edu/vaccinesandus/tools-and-resources
“Vaccines & US: Community Health and Young People To support the recent authorization of vaccines for young people, 5-11 years old, the Vaccines & US project has collected materials specifically about young people and the COVID-19 pandemic in a special section to help: Discuss COVID-19 and vaccination with young children and teens Young people cope with pandemic related anxiety
Navigate COVID-19 information and disinformation and debunk some common myths All of the material can be freely used by library/museum/archival staff and the general public. Vaccines & US is a project led by the Smithsonian Institution that provides science-based information and resource about COVID-19 and addresses vaccine hesitancy.
”Vaccines & US: https://www.si.edu/vaccinesandus?utm_source=SFMC&utm_medium=email&utm_content=REALM+New+outputs+11-18-21&utm_campaign=&utm_term=REALM%20Project%20Email%20Updates