It’s the hot topic in every parenting circle this summer: Should children and teens receive the COVID-19 vaccine? 

The CDC recommends COVID jabs for children over age 12. Many parents, however, are reluctant to heed this advice. According to a recent New York Times article, fewer than half of all parents intend to have their teens vaccinated in the immediate future. 

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