Pfizer COVID vaccine approved for kids 5-11, shots expected to begin Wednesday




 

Twenty-eight million school-aged children are now eligible to get Pfizer's mini dose of the COVID vaccine. Vaccinations will begin as early as Wednesday. David Begnaud has the latest.

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