I'm a family medicine PA and take care of patients of all ages. If you could narrow your question down to a more specific one, I feel like I would be able to be even more helpful. Still, I would say working with children and adolescents during the pandemic is not so much different that it's unlikely to affect how I feel about this population of patients, if that makes sense. Yes, mask wearing has become a standard practice, and the COVID-19 infection is usually at the top of my list whenever I see a pediatric patient with known symptoms. Let me know if I can help you with any other questions.