Children's Hospital Colorado

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Updates from Children's Hospital Colorado

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Coronavirus resources for parents and families

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Coronavirus hotlines

Both Children's Colorado and the state have people ready to answer your questions about the coronavirus.

For general questions about the coronavirus, call our hotline: 720-777-2221

If someone in your family has been exposed, call CO-Help: 303-389-1687

Parents' top questions about the coronavirus

With the new coronavirus in the spotlight for media attention and public concern, we asked our experts to answer parents' questions about the respiratory illness. Read what our infectious disease and emergency medicine specialist have to say.

See answers to parents' FAQs

It's safe to seek care

Some of the ways we’re delivering care look different now. We’ve implemented screening and COVID-19 testing for patients, families and staff; virtual visitation and updates to our visitation policy; personal protective equipment; even changes to our air ventilation system. These changes minimize the risk of transmitting illness from one person to another.

Learn what to expect from your visit

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Children's Colorado location and services updates

Children's Colorado is reactivating many services that were suspended temporarily during stay-at-home orders. We're exercising all precautions to keep our patients, families and staff safe. 

Learn where to get care

Virtual care options

We believe every child and their family should have access to high-quality care. That’s why we offer telehealth, or virtual visits, across every one of our specialties and clinics.

Find out if virtual care is a good option for your child

Videos just for kids

It's normal for children to have questions or to feel a little anxious about the new coronavirus. Our experts are here to help – with answers on everything from social distancing to finding a cure.

How to help during the coronavirus crisis

From donating protective equipment to providing toys, here are ways you can help Children's Colorado and our community during the outbreak.

Read how to help today

Convalescent plasma donors could help future patients

Children's Colorado was the first in the state to collect convalescent plasma as a potential treatment for COVID-19. We're seeking volunteers who tested positive for COVID-19 and are now fully recovered to donate plasma that may help future patients.

Learn more about plasma donation

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How to check in on your teen

Teens from our Mental Health Youth Action Board provide insight on how to help teenagers cope during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read their advice

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Calming your child's anxiety about the coronavirus

Most parents are appropriately concerned with keeping their families safe from the coronavirus and preventing its spread. But there is another aspect of this crisis that you should not ignore — its effect on your family's mental health.

Read advice from our pediatric experts

Creating normalcy for kids during the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted our lives in many ways. To help support families during these unpredictable times, our child life specialists have compiled their best tips for how to create a schedule and plan activities for children of any age.

See schedule and activity ideas

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Send a gratitude gram to our frontline workers

Send a personalized thank you note to our doctors, nurses and many team members helping patients and families. Choose your preferred location or share with all of our healthcare heroes.

Share your gratitude with our frontline caregivers