Innocenti Digest Children and COVID-19 Research Library Quarterly Digest Issue 5 Published: 2022 Innocenti Digest The introduction of COVID-19 vaccination has been unprecedented in scope and challenges. While the risk of severe disease is lower in children and adolescents, vaccination significantly reduces the risk of severe complications in young people. Not only does vaccination protect children and adolescents from severe illness and death on an individual level, but increasing COVID-19 vaccination coverage among young people is critical to curbing overall community transmission of the disease at the population level. Drawing on the UNICEF Innocenti Children and COVID-19 Research Library, this issue of the digest summarizes evidence of factors influencing caregiver decision-making attitudes and behaviours regarding vaccinating children and adolescents against COVID-19. Eleven research papers are spotlighted along with some practical tools to support caregiver decision-making and enhance vaccine uptake. The evidence, insights and lessons from these studies can help policymakers and health practitioners better support caregivers to make important decisions related to the health of their children and communities. + - Cite this publication | Tags: care work, COVID-19, COVID-19 response, health care, vaccination × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION 2022 Children and COVID-19 Research Library Quarterly Digest Issue 5.