Biden administration ‘not too worried’ about slow pace of pre-orders of child COVID vaccine

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By Jarrett Renshaw and Ahmed Aboulenein (Reuters) – Pre-orders of vaccines for children under age 5 have been slow, but Biden administration senior officials say they are not alarmed and expect the pace to pick up after federal approvals later this month. The administration expects vaccinations of young children to begin in earnest as early as June 21, if the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approve the vaccines in separate meetings slated for next week, officials told reporters on Wednesday. The vaccines will be distributed to pediatricians, chil…

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