If the COVID vaccine for children ages six months up to five-years-old is granted Emergency Use Authorization, that leaves babies younger than six months as the only age group without a vaccine. We spoke with a local doctor about why that age group was not included in the study and how there are other ways besides a vaccine to give them protection.
Pfizer is now asking for Emergency Use Authorization for its two dose regimen for children six months up to five years. However, not long ago it was believed two COVID shots may not be enough for some children in this category. A Tucson doctor explains why this is happening and how much protection your child will get.
Are there any new health concerns with 12 to 15-year-olds getting the booster? Can children ages five through 11 get the booster? When will children younger than five get their first dose of the vaccine? We answer some of parents' top questions.
The makers of the Pfizer COVID vaccine say three doses can neutralize Omicron. However, hear why one local expert says that does not paint the whole picture about how well the vaccine works to keep you from getting sick.
Some Americans are hesitant to get the booster shot when many others around the world have not had the chance to get their first shot. Why one local expert says you should get the booster and do so, guilt-free.