COVID-19 vaccines for kids 5 to 11: UChicago Medicine doctor to answer parents’ questions on Facebook Live

Bartlett, whose research includes working to improve the safety and effectiveness of antibiotic use in children, will answer questions about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines for younger children, possible side effects from the shots and what other steps families can take to support their children’s health heading into flu season.

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