Texans have been slow to vaccinate their youngest against COVID-19, but they’re slightly ahead of the national average

For some parents of kids under 5 who want to vaccinate them, the wait has been excruciating, fraught with delays and close calls. Others are hesitant to have their young children vaccinated.

By Karen Brooks Harper, The Texas TribuneJuly 12, 2022 9:06 am, , ,

From The Texas Tribune:

That accounts for just over 1% of the state’s youngest residents, a lower rate than doctors had hoped, but faster than the national rate for kids that age — even as Texas deals with a lower-than-average vaccination rate across the state.

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