Leaders from Across Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Discuss COVID-19 Hot Topics

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Main Hospital - Philadelphia The past year has brought about drastic changes in all of our lives. The COVID-19 pandemic has left families worried about their physical health, mental health, and what the future holds.

Throughout this difficult time, our doctors, researchers, and other healthcare leaders have been actively participating in news interviews to offer science-based facts to families like yours. From tips for your family’s safety, to questions about vaccine development, to research being done right here at CHOP, our experts have been recognized as national leaders and will continue to offer advice as this pandemic unfolds.

You can read some of the latest news stories featuring our experts below. Just scroll down to the topic you wish to learn more about.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

ABC NewsCNN - The Washington Post - TimeNBC Nightly NewsMediumCBS Radio – Good Morning America - NBC NewsNBC10 - Fox NewsNBC NewsUSA Today

COVID-19 and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C)

ABC News - Medscape - Penn Medicine News - Science – WHYY

PolicyLab’s COVID-19 Models

The Washington PostPeopleBecker’s Hospital Review

COVID-19 and Mental Health

CNN - The Washington PostNPR - WHYY - Philadelphia Magazine

Travel and Summer Safety

Good Morning America - Bloomberg

School Safety

The Washington Post - Bucks County Courier Times - The Online Mom - WHYY – CNN


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