Vaccinating your children for COVID-19 protects other family members, helps them avoid serious illness even if they do get COVID-19, and keeps them in school and participating in their activities.
For both nannies seeking work and parents who wish to hire in-home caregivers, vaccination for COVID-19 can provide a big advantage, especially in a tight household employment job market.
The White House vaccination plan aims to ensure that a vaccine, if authorized for children, is quickly distributed and made conveniently and equitably available to families across the country.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted just about every aspect of our daily lives including hiring a nanny. And on top of that are the challenges presented by the nanny labor shortage. Here’s what families should consider when looking for in-home childcare during the pandemic and with a tight job market.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently strengthened its recommendation for pregnant individuals to get the COVID-19 vaccine as the agency strives to promote greater vaccination rates amid an increase in cases of the Delta variant. Here’s what you need to know.