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It's Your Call

You do everything you can to protect your children. And now that means COVID, too. Got questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Ask your doctor. It's your call.

Talk to Your Doctor

Talk to your primary care doctor, pediatrician or local pharmacist to get the information you need to make the decision about vaccinating your child. It’s your call.

Avoid Getting Sick

In addition to the dangers of getting sick, COVID causes disruptions in school and daily activities for your children. It’s your call whether to get them vaccinated. If you have questions, talk to your trusted healthcare professional.

Make the call

Protecting your kids isn't always easy. And It’s good to have questions about the COVID 19 vaccine.

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Follow DHEC's Health & Safety Guidelines to Stop the Spread.

Protect yourself, your family, your friends, and your neighbors by taking these simple steps:

  • Get vaccinated and boosted
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Wear a face mask in public settings, when needed
  • Get tested if you have symptoms

View Full Health & Safety Guidelines

Talk to your doctor about protecting your child from COVID.

It’s your call.


Impacted by COVID-19 or other Associated Stressors?

Anyone can call this line to be linked to resources for mental health and substance use treatment or other needs.
SC-HOPES is available 24/7, call: 1(844) SC-HOPES (724-6737)

Dr. Silvia Pereira-Smith, M.D.


Dr. Silvia Pereira-Smith, M.D. Assistant Professor, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Medical University of South Carolina

"Children with special needs are at increased risk for more severe illness and complications from COVID-19, so as their doctor I highly recommend the vaccine to protect them."

Dr. Martha Edwards, M.D.


Dr. Martha Edwards, MD Atrium Health Levine Children’s Rock Hill Pediatrics

"Children who receive the Covid vaccine are much less likely to experience serious illness and complications of the virus. That’s just one of the reasons I strongly recommend the vaccine to all of my patients who are eligible."

Dr. Martha Edwards, M.D.


Dr. Jamie A. Singleton, MD, FAAP Chief of Pediatrics, Beaufort Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services

"It is important to be vaccinated against COVID-19, because it is the best defense we have against the virus. Vaccination has proven to decrease the rate of hospitalizations and death associated with COVID. I strongly recommend the COVID-19 vaccine to my patients and their families."