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.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are among those more likely to become severely ill from COVID-19. Here is what you need to know about protecting yourself, the safety of vaccines, and caring for your newborn baby during the pandemic.
With nearly two million COVID-19 vaccine doses being administered every day, you may be wondering “what’s next” after being vaccinated. Here are answers to 12 common questions you or your nanny may have about the COVID-19 vaccination.
The simple answer is yes. You can make a COVID-19 vaccination a condition of employment for your nanny. But should you? Is this a good employment practice? There are some other considerations to make as you determine a course of action. We will answer three questions that may be on your mind to help guide your choices.