FDA expected to authorise Pfizer vaccine shots to teens aged 12-15 from next week


The FDA is expected to give the go-ahead to administer shots of the Pfizer vaccine to the youngest cohort yet. Teenagers between ages 12 and 15 may start receiving the jab as early as the end of this week, officials told the New York Times. The shot was authorised for people ages 16 and up in December, and Pfizer has been in trials for teens since October of last year.



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