As Parents Push To Vaccinate Kids 11 And Younger, Pediatricians Say Wait
Full approval for Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine means it’s available for what’s known as "off-label" use.
That’s caught the attention of some parents who have children 11 and younger. They’re asking clinicians to give their kids the jab even though the vaccines are not yet approved for that age group.
WBUR’s Martha Bebinger reports.
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