Doctor addresses parents' skepticism about COVID vaccines for children

Doctor addresses parents' skepticism about COVID vaccines for children

Doctor addresses parents’ skepticism about COVID vaccines for children While some parents are determined to have their sons and daughters vaccinated against COVID-19, other parents have a different mindset. Skeptical parents in the province want to see a bit of time go by to see how other kids react to getting the Pfizer vaccine. Children between the ages of five and 11 in Saskatchewan started getting jabs on Wednesday. Depending how the procedure goes, those parents could give the green light to allow their own kids to get vaccinated in the future. “I think the most common thing that I hear people say is that they want to wait for a while,” Dr. Carla Holinaty said during Thursday’s Greg Morgan Morning Show.
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