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Should my child have a COVID vaccine? Here's what can happen when parents disagree

By Nicholas Wood, Associate Professor, Discipline of Childhood and Adolescent Health, University of Sydney
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Australian children aged 5-11 are eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine from today.

For many parents, vaccinating their child is a shared decision with both parents agreeing to go ahead.

But not all parents agree.

As we roll out COVID vaccines to younger children this week, what options are there if one parent wants to vaccinate their child but the other doesn’t?

Why do parents disagree about COVID vaccines?

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