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Video Resources for COVID-19

Updated October 21, 2021

Teens Top Questions about COVID-19 Vaccine Answered

The CDC recommends everyone 12 years and older should get a COVID-19 vaccination to help protect against COVID-19. Widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. But we understand some teens have questions about whether or not to get the vaccine. We collected questions from area teens and asked one of our Pediatric Infectious Diseases experts to provide answers.

COVID-19 ASL Video Series

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in partnership with the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation at Georgia Tech, have created a series of COVID-19 videos in American Sign Language (ASL). Click the button below to view the complete series.

COVID-19 Myth: Infertility

Watch as our Division Director of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Angela Myers, debunks the myth that the COVID-19 vaccine can cause infertility.

Love Will: A Message to the Black Community About the COVID-19 Vaccination

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted the Black community due to social and economic inequities, and has already taken too many loved ones. Watch as Children's Mercy experts address the Black community, encouraging members to consider receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

How to Put On and Take Off a Mask

Watch as one of our registered nurses, Claudia, shares how to properly put on and take off your mask when visiting Children's Mercy.

A Message From Critical Care Transport

Watch as our Assistant Director of Transport and EMS Relations, Heather Scruton, shares the safety measures the Critical Care Transport team is taking to keep children safe during transports.

Living with Someone Infected with COVID-19

Watch as Dr. Jennifer Schuster shares important information on how to keep everyone safe while someone is at home with COVID-19.

NICU During COVID-19

Watch as our Division Director of Neonatology, Dr. Steven Olsen, shares information on how we are caring for patients in our Neonatology Intensive Care Unit (NICU) during COVID-19.

Coronavirus: Pregnancy During COVID-19

Watch as board certified family nurse practitioner, Melissa Liddle, shares how COVID-19 is affecting prenatal care and the delivery room experience in our Fetal Health Center.

Social Distancing

Watch as our infectious diseases expert (and mom), Dr. Angela Myers, shares tips for parents on social distancing during this challenging time. Even if you and your family are feeling well, it is important to stay home.

Social Distancing Toolkit

Watch as our Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Dr. Bob Batterson, shares information on the social distancing toolkit his team developed for families with children.

Talking to your kids about COVID-19

Keep it simple and keep it honest. Watch as developmental pediatrician, Dr. Sarah Soden, shares more tips on how to talk to your child about COVID-19.

Telemedicine Care

Watch as our Director of Telemedicine, Morgan Waller, shares what you can expect during a telemedicine visit.

How you can help Children's Mercy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Watch as our Chief Development Officer, Jenea Oliver, shares four ways you can help Children's Mercy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus: Wearing Masks in Public

Watch as one of our Infectious Diseases physicians, Dr. Jennifer Schuster, shares information about wearing masks in public during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Safety at home

A Safety Message from Children's Mercy Orthopedics

Watch as orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Micah Sinclair, shares helpful reminders on how you can keep your child safe when playing outside.

Keeping Kids Safe at Home

We want to help make sure that kids are safe at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch as Brad Winfrey, manager of the Center for Childhood Safety, shares ways to keep kids safe from things like falls and other hazards at home.

Lawnmower Safety

Watch as one of our orthopedic surgeons, Dr. Mark Sinclair, shares four key tips to keep children safe during lawn care activities.