Immunocompromised Families Greet Child's Vaccine With Relief

Immunocompromised Families Greet Child's Vaccine With Relief

The Smallest Covid Threats Get Their Shields Many families with immuno-compromised or vulnerable relatives are racing to get vaccines for their 5-to-11-year-olds — and finally experiencing a long-awaited sense of relief. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. When the pandemic came for Georgia, Lauren Rymer had to make a snap choice: her mother’s safety or what she believed was best for her young child. She locked down her family for the better part of last year, living with her mother, Sharon Mooneyhan, who has multiple sclerosis, and protecting her by keeping her son Jack, 5, out of kindergarten to avoid routine household exposure to Covid. “I didn’t want my mom to miss out …
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