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[Photo News] COVID-19 vaccination for kids begins in the USBy Kim Ye-rin
Published : Nov. 6, 2021 - 16:01
Last week, the FDA authorized a 10-microgram dose of the Pfizer vaccine for children under 12, which is one-third of the adult dose. Health authorities forecast that the lower dose will help reduce the chances of side effects such as heart inflammation. In addition, the low-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is effective against the delta variant.
“Vaccinating our children will help us keep our schools open -- keep our kids in the classroom, learning and socializing with their classmates and teachers,” US President Joe Biden said in a press briefing.
“Our vaccination program not only helps save lives and beat the pandemic, it helps our economic recovery and helps us grow,” he added.
By Kim Ye-rin (email@example.com)
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