• By Dana Sparks

11-3-2021 Media Only News Briefing: Approved COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5-11

November 3, 2021
a young elementary school boy with glasses and wearing a mask with a bandaid on his arm after vaccine

On Wednesday, Nov. 3, Dr. Robert Jacobson, pediatrician and vaccine researcher with the Mayo Clinic Children's Center, answered media questions, following the approval of COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5‒11. 

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Please super: Robert Jacobson, M.D. / Pediatrician / Mayo Clinic

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