Kaiser Poll: Many Parents Hesitant to Get Younger Kids Vaccinated
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As U.S. health officials prepare to authorize Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in younger children, a new poll shows that less than a third of parents would get their child vaccinated as soon as the shots are approved for kids. [Full Story]
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