FDA panel recommends Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11

Where cases are growing and declining in America

Booster shots and vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11 could help the U.S. dampen the fourth wave.

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Mapping the global spread of the coronavirus

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Podcast: The Virus Hunter

Coronaviruses aren’t new. In this episode of our podcast, Overheard at National Geographic, we examine what it takes to find a treatment for coronaviruses and what that might mean for the future of COVID-19.

Resources for Families

Your family can still explore the world from your home. Visit Nat Geo Family for games, lesson plans, and more for you and your kids.

Dispatches

Our journalists are documenting life on the ground from communities around the world battling the pandemic.

Sweden still hasn't locked down. But normal life is a luxury for only a few

Detroit’s winning spirit helps it fight back against COVID-19

In Nairobi, quarantine is a luxury few can afford

Indonesia’s government was slow to lock down, so its people took charge

‘It’s eerie’: Capturing the emptiness of Paris, a city under lockdown

‘It was like a scary movie.’ Coronavirus has forced Iran to take a hard pause

Living inside Brazil’s largest apartment complex amid a pandemic

‘I feel defeated’: A nurse details the unrelenting pressures of the frontlines

Sweden still hasn't locked down. But normal life is a luxury for only a few

Detroit’s winning spirit helps it fight back against COVID-19

In Nairobi, quarantine is a luxury few can afford

Indonesia’s government was slow to lock down, so its people took charge

‘It’s eerie’: Capturing the emptiness of Paris, a city under lockdown

‘It was like a scary movie.’ Coronavirus has forced Iran to take a hard pause

Living inside Brazil’s largest apartment complex amid a pandemic

‘I feel defeated’: A nurse details the unrelenting pressures of the frontlines

Sweden still hasn't locked down. But normal life is a luxury for only a few

Detroit’s winning spirit helps it fight back against COVID-19

In Nairobi, quarantine is a luxury few can afford

Indonesia’s government was slow to lock down, so its people took charge

‘It’s eerie’: Capturing the emptiness of Paris, a city under lockdown

‘It was like a scary movie.’ Coronavirus has forced Iran to take a hard pause

Living inside Brazil’s largest apartment complex amid a pandemic

‘I feel defeated’: A nurse details the unrelenting pressures of the frontlines

Grants for Educators and Journalists on the Frontlines

The National Geographic Society has launched emergency funds totalling $2.5 million to support educators pioneering new ways of teaching amid the pandemic and journalists who wish to cover COVID-19 within their own communities.

The Society looks forward to continuing our legacy by funding a diverse community of changemakers from around the world. Application deadlines vary.

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