Do children who’ve already had Covid-19 really need a vaccine?

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Covid-19 vaccines are expected to win final federal approval within days for children ages 5 to 11, and while scientists and doctors say it is the best way to protect against the virus, many parents are conflicted about whether to vaccinate their young children — even if the adults got the vaccine themselves. Nearly a third of parents said they would not get their 5-11-year-old vaccinated, while another third said they would wait to see how the vaccine is working before deciding, according to an October survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. A slightly smaller group — 27 per cent — said they …

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