Michael Neely, MD

division chief of infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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No coronavirus vaccines are approved for anyone under age 12, and right now, kids of all ages are suffering from a massive spike in new COVID infections.

More kids are getting COVID. Unvaccinated family and friends could be to blame

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