Vaccination in Vermont and New Hampshire
Vaccinations are being distributed in both Vermont and New Hampshire. The following links will direct you to additional resources, including eligibility and registration information.
COVID-19 Vaccination in New Hampshire
Vaccines & US: Cultural Organizations for Community Health
Vaccination affects you, your family, and your community. As a science institution, we believe in the science behind vaccines and understand that there is an ethical responsibility to get vaccinated, if eligible, to help end this pandemic.
Vaccines & US: Cultural Organizations for Community Health is a Smithsonian-led collaborative of cultural organizations in communities across the nation. It provides accurate and trusted information that will help people discuss the vaccines with family, friends, and their community.
The Science Behind Vaccines
Learn about the science behind vaccines through these helpful resources.
Talking to Kids About the Pandemic
The pandemic has stirred a mix of complex emotions, in both children and adults. These resources offer some creative and healthy ways to discuss the current situation and the feelings surrounding it.
COVIBOOK is a free downloadable book intended to support and reassure children under the age of 7 about COVID-19. It invites families to discuss the full range of emotions arising from the current situation. (Available in multiple languages.)
This free downloadable children’s book was developed to support caregivers and children in having conversations about the pandemic. It gives children a way to express and manage their worries. (Available in multiple languages.)
In this free downloadable children’s book, Suzie is really excited to be able to stay home with her Mommy, Daddy, and older sister Millie. When Suzie expresses this to Millie, she explains to Suzie why they have been staying home with a quick lesson on Coronavirus. (Available in multiple languages.)