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Georgia among first U.S. states to provide COVID-19 shots to kids under 16 – Reuters

When the state of Georgia made COVID-19 vaccinations available to children as young as 12 on Tuesday, Atlanta residents Jenny and Jeffrey Brower rushed to schedule…

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When the state of Georgia made COVID-19 vaccinations available to children as young as 12 on Tuesday, Atlanta residents Jenny and Jeffrey Brower rushed to schedule an appointment for their twin 13-year-old girls.
As Georgians, they were among the lucky ones. Providers in their state, along with those in Delaware and Arkansas, were already offering Pfizer (PFE.N) and BioNTechs vaccine to adolescents aged 12 to 15 – just a day after U.S. regulators authorized it for emergency use in that age group….

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