Kids

The White House has announced that children age 5 to 11 will soon be able to get COVID-19 shots, pending FDA and CDC approval.
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"Changed the word 'muffin' to 'cupcake' and now the thing on my 3 year old's plate is edible."
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"Blaming parents for whatever they face ignores the very real systemic challenges parents have to overcome."
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Getting children under 12 immunized "may be a tougher challenge than getting parents and older children immunized," the Gallup poll concluded.
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