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Let's hold off vaccinating children and teens against COVID-19. Prioritising adults is our best shot for now

By Fiona Russell, Senior Principal Research Fellow; paediatrician; infectious diseases epidemiologist; vaccinologist, The University of Melbourne
Peter McIntyre, Professor, Department of Women's and Children's Health (Dunedin), University of Otago
Shidan Tosif, Paediatrician/Clinician Scientist, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
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The question of whether we should be vaccinating children and adolescents against COVID-19 is currently being debated. Here's why the answer is 'not yet'.

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