COVID-19

  • Children’s antibodies to help in fight against COVID-19

    The next piece of the puzzle needed to find a COVID-19 vaccine may lie in the immune systems of children and will become the focus of a new research study at Kids Research.
  • Children's COVID-19 testing in Western Sydney

    If you live in Western Sydney, there are lots of places you can take your child to be tested for COVID-19. Twenty locations have been established in the region for families to access with their children. See the locations here.

  • WTM: Why the mask?

    With more and more people wearing masks in the community, we know kids are going to have a lot of questions - especially when they start seeing people they know like their nurse or doctor, their child life therapist or their parent or carer with their face covered.

  • Advice on wearing a mask when visiting our hospitals

    With an increase of community transmission of COVID-19, and following advice from NSW Health, from Friday 24 July 2020 all patients and visitors over the age of 12 are asked to wear a mask when visiting our hospitals.

  • Vaccine trial aims to reduce impact of COVID-19 in healthcare workers

    Frontline healthcare workers at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead are the first NSW participants to join the BRACE trial, investigating whether a vaccine traditionally used to treat tuberculosis (TB) can reduce the impacts of COVID-19.

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