Are COVID-19 vaccines safe for children? Chicago doctor discuss concerns

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Vaccines are working on children, according to data released by Pfizer. The study shows children, age 12-15 who received the vaccine, did not contract the coronavirus.

But is it enough to ease parents’ concerns?

Medical Watch Reporter Dina Bair spoke with Dr. Julie Holland, Vice President of Pediatric Primary Care for Chicagoland Children’s Health Alliance, for some perspective.

Watch the full interview in the video player above.

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