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Pfizer Vaccine allowed by FDA for children’s age 5 to 11

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed in Friday the use of Pfizer’s BioNTech vaccine for children’s 5 to 11. Millions of family members and parents wanted children to get vaccinated but for month research and approvation slowed the process down. About 28 million children in the group will be eligible to receive one-third of the adult Pfizer BioNTech vaccine shot. Biden has promised that these vaccines will be easy to access. According to data 1.9 million children from 5-11 years old contracted covid and only 26 died the last week which was a record high. Compared to adults who number in the hundreds. Last month the FDA had recently approved booster shots for elders and people at high risk for covid.

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