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

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.

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