The next phase of the pandemic confronts parents with tough choices betwixt healthcare and politics.
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“I think the biggest question that I hear is, is it safe? Is it safe for my child? I was okay getting it for me, but is it safe for me to give to my child?” Children’s Mercy Hospital Dr. Jennifer Watts said.
Watts wants parents to ask those questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. She reassures them it's gone through the same protocols as all childhood vaccines. If you do have concerns, Dr. Angela Myers urges you to get your information from a reputable source.
“The things that are on the internet are not necessarily true. And so I would be careful about believing what you read sometimes,” Myers said.
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Surveys are showing two-thirds of parents are still hesitant about getting younger children vaccinated for COVID-19. Top doctors at children's mercy hospital are trying to address their concerns."I think the biggest question that I hear is, is it safe? Is it safe for my child?