5 Things to Know as American Babies, Toddlers Start Getting COVID-19 Vaccines

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Some of the youngest Americans started getting COVID-19 vaccines on June 20, after U.S. authorities authorized and recommended the shots.

The under-5 population was unable to get a COVID vaccine since the beginning of the pandemic. Now, all Americans except for those younger than 6 months of age can.

Some parents had been waiting for the clearance and immediately took their children to get a shot.

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