FDA: Vaccines for kids could come early to mid-winter
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Parents who were hoping to get their children under 12 vaccinated against COVID-19 by the beginning of the school year will have to wait a little longer.
According to the FDA, emergency authorization for COVID-19 vaccines in younger children could come in early to midwinter.
The agency hopes to then move quickly to full approval of the vaccine for this age group.
COVID-19 vaccines have only been authorized for people ages 12 and older.