Blog

RedTalkers Blog
Font size: +
3 minutes reading time (524 words)

FDA Authorizes 1st COVID-19 Shots for Infants, Preschoolers

FDA Authorizes 1st COVID-19 Shots for Infants, Preschoolers

U.S. regulators finally allowed the first COVID vaccines for infants and preschoolers. This opens the way for vaccinations to begin next week. The FDA gives thumbs up for Moderna and Pfizer shots after its panel's unanimous verdict. This means children below 5 — around 18 million U.S. youngsters — are now eligible for COVID vaccines. Nearly 1 1/2 y

...

Sign in to read full story
In order for you to continue reading the full contents of the post, you will need to login first
×
Stay Informed

When you subscribe to the blog, we will send you an e-mail when there are new updates on the site so you wouldn't miss them.

The rollout of COVID-19 Vaccine for Younger Childr...
WHO: COVID-19 Deaths Rise, Reversing a 5-week Decl...
 

Custom Module

Publish module to position "right"

Cron Job Starts