Publix Won’t Do COVID Vax For Kids Under 5 — Offers No Explanation

Publix Won’t Do COVID Vax For Kids Under 5 — Offers No Explanation


Florida-based grocery chain Publix drew a hard line Tuesday on COVID vaccines for children under the age of five, saying that their pharmacies would not administer the shots to children under five despite the recent Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs).

According to a report published Wednesday afternoon in the Tampa Bay Times, spokesperson Hannah Herring said that the chain would not provide COVID vaccines to children four-years-old and younger, and added that the company did not plan to offer any explanation.

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— Chip Roy (@chiproytx) June 22, 2022

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When the vaccines were first rolled out in late 2020 and early 2021, Publix partnered with the Florida state government to maximize the efficiency of the distribution efforts – and the chain still offers the COVID vaccine to customers

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