Parenting during the ongoing pandemic

A parent and child pose near a sign about getting vaccinated.
Laura Taken-Holtz and her daughter Regina Taken-Holtz, 5, pose for a photo after Regina received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination clinic at the Mall of America on Nov. 3.
Nicole Neri for MPR News, file

Two years into the global COVID-19 pandemic, children and their parents are struggling with mental health concerns, COVID safety and living with the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic.

Being a parent can be challenging even during the best of times. So how do parents handle it as the pandemic rages? 

MPR News Host Angela Davis speaks with a maternal child health specialist and a children’s mental health expert about how to care for your children’s – and your own – mental health. 

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