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How to care for COVID-19 symptoms at home

Coronavirus, or COVID-19, can certainly be scary; however, most people, especially children, will have mild symptoms that can be managed at home. Learn how to manage COVID-19 symptoms at home.

Children’s Minnesota is now accepting patients up to age 25 during COVID-19 outbreak

Dr. Marc Gorelick, president and CEO at Children's Minnesota, shares more about the pediatric health care system's decision to serve patients up to age 25 during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Children's Minnesota team works to assemble face shields

Children’s Minnesota employees succeed at making face shields for safety

Children's Minnesota staff joined together to produce reusable face shields with the goal of keeping their colleagues, patients and families safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Children’s Minnesota patient and family amenities are changing

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Children’s Minnesota is closing some hospital amenities to slow the spread of the illness.

Children’s Minnesota supply donation center now available

Children’s Minnesota needs your help. We are in need of hard-to-find supplies that help us do what we do best—take care of kids. Learn how and where you can make a donation here.

How to talk with kids about COVID-19

Child life specialists Sam Schackman and Margaret Monson from Children's Minnesota share tips to help the kids in your life understand coronavirus as well as tips for parenting during a time of stress.

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Tips for working remotely while kids are home

Working from home can be difficult, especially while kids are home from school. Follow these tips to help you be more productive in your new work setting and reduce stress.

Coronavirus update from Children’s Minnesota and MNAAP

Patsy Stinchfield and Dr. Anu Kalasar explained what health care providers should know about COVID-19, and discussed actions taken around the world, in the US, across the state and here at Children’s Minnesota.

Is it safe for my family to travel?

But this year, many parents are wondering: Should my family travel this spring break because of COVID-19? Patsy Stinchfield answers parents' questions.

What should I do if my child gets coronavirus?

We’re sure you have heard of coronavirus, and you may be wondering what to do if your child catches the illness. We're sharing what you need to know.