Australia considers giving COVID vaccine to children | 7NEWS

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The nation’s Chief Health Officer has confirmed Australia is likely to follow other countries soon and start administering the Pfizer vaccine to children as young as 12. Of 11 new cases in Melbourne today, three are children who have all caught the new Delta strain from India. More: https://7news.link/3w0JZhd

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