\" \" Traveling with kids is stressful by definition, but how safe is it to travel with kids unvaccinated for COVID-19? The risk of COVID-19 associated with travel is largely determined by how you will travel, where you're going, who will be there and what you will do there. When thinking about COVID-19 and unvaccinated children, two types of risk should be considered – both the direct risk for the child and the risk of transmission to others. So even when the risk is low for children, transmission to other unvaccinated kids and adults is still a serious concern. When COVID-19 rates rise in a community, that destination becomes less safe, generally, than a community with low, stable rates.