Countries Watch As U.S. Rolls Out Vaccinations For Young Kids

Countries Watch As U.S. Rolls Out Vaccinations For Young Kids


Countries around the world are rolling out their vaccination campaigns for children while others are looking to see how the United States handles its own vaccination efforts. 

The European Union has said it will look into the use of the Pfizer vaccine for kids 5 to 11 years old, but right now only allows kids over 12 years old to get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Many countries have only rolled out the vaccine for children 12 years old and up, including the U.K. which said kids 12 to 15 years old should get one dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

As reported by The New York Times:

E.U. regulators have not yet authorized any Covid vaccine for children below age 12. Austria, along with the rest of the

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