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By Nicole Ellis, Courtney Norris
Nicole Ellis, the NewsHour's new digital anchor and correspondent, anchors live coverage on our streaming platforms. She recently spoke with parents about the questions they have about the COVID-19 vaccine for children, and joins Judy Woodruff with what she learned…
By Brian Peppers, The Conversation
An immunologist explains how your immune system changes as you mature.
By Associated Press
President Joe Biden on Wednesday declared it a "great day" in the fight against the pandemic as medical providers began inoculating children ages 5 to 11 with the COVID-19 shot across the country.
The White House COVID-19 task force held a briefing on Wednesday as vaccinations finally roll out to U.S. children as young as 5, to the relief of some parents even as others have questions or fears.
By Lauran Neergaard, Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
The Food and Drug Administration already authorized the shots for children ages 5 to 11 — doses just a third of the amount given to teens and adults. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends who should receive…
By Gabrielle Hays
Missouri parents say they've had to constantly adjust as mask rules change across the state.
The makers of the leading COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. all said Wednesday they have new data showing that an extra shot of their vaccine can boost protection significantly. After Pfizer, the remaining could receive full FDA approval as early…
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