Should Kids Get Covid Shots Through Off-Label Prescriptions?

The CDC and FDA are begging docs not to jump the gun on giving children the shot before clinical trials can establish the risk of side effects for young users.

The Food and Drug Administration’s decision to give full approval to the Pfizer Covid vaccine was only a few hours old last week when groups on Facebook lit up with questions. The move changed the vaccine’s availability in the marketplace, triggered business and military vaccine mandates, and may have altered its acceptability to vaccine-hesitant people.

But that was only for people 16 years old and up. For teens 12 to 15, the FDA left

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