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Although 72% of adult Americans are now vaccinated, fewer than 16% of Americans under 18 have received one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.

Many states are focused on getting students back to school in-person for the upcoming school year, and some health experts are concerned that the spread of the Delta variant represents a high risk to children and in-person schooling.

Children over the age of 12 are currently able to access the Pfizer vaccine, and clinical trials focused on younger children are already underway. The CDC supports in-person schooling for the upcoming year and has provided guidelines for a safe return, but the Delta variant and pushback against suggested guidelines in some states are worrying to many health experts.

 

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