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On Monday, Sept. 20, Mayo Clinic Children’s Center pediatrician, Dr. Robert Jacobson, and Leah Espinda-Brandt, disease prevention and control public health nurse manager with Olmsted County Public Health, answered questions related to the recent news that Pfizer’s lower-dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective in children ages 5 to 12.
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Robert Jacobson, M.D. / Pediatrics / Mayo Clinic Children's Center
Leah Espinda-Brandt / Olmsted County Public Health
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