Kids 12 to 15 years old have been approved for the Pfizer vaccine.
Remember the Food and Drug Administration approved its use for this age group a few days ago and we were waiting to see when and if the Centers for Disease Control would jump on board.
ZORA ADLIBKIDS 12 TO 15 YEARS OLDHAVE BEEN APPROVED FOR THEPFIZER VACCINE.REMEMBER - THE FDAAPPROVED ITS USE FOR THIS AGEGROUP A FEW DAYS AGO - AND WEWERE WAITING TO SEE WHEN AND IFTHE CDC WOULD JUMP ON BOARD.NOW THAT ITS RECIEVED THECDC’S STAMP OF APPROVAL -PARENTS HAVE TO DECIDE IF THEYWANT THEIR KIDS - TO GET THEVACCINE."For those with medicalconditions that predispose themto severe COVID-19, tons ofinterest - for the generalpopulation, I think we stillhave a lot of education to doabout the benefits ofvaccination for individuals andtheir communities."A POLL FROM THE KAISERFAMILY FOUNDATION FOUND ONLY 30PERCENT OF PARENTS - WITH KIDSBETWEEN THE AGES OF 12 TO 15 -PLAN TO VACCINATE THEIR CHILDRIGHT AWAY.A QUARTER OF THEM SAY THEYWON’T VACCINATE THEIR KIDS ATALL.AND OTHERS SAY THEY’LLONLY DO IT IF SCHOOLS REQUIREIT.NO WORD YET ON WHETHERCCSD WILL MAKE THE SHOT