Young U.S. Children Will Start Getting Vaccines, Though Hurdles Remain

Parents who experienced more than two years of anxiety may feel some relief on Tuesday, as much of the United States begins administering coronavirus vaccines to children younger than 5, allowing babies and toddlers to more safely explore the world.

“We’re very excited,” said Rachel Lumen, a lawyer in Kent, Wash., and the mother of Athena, who is almost 3, and Ozette, who is 7 months old. “The faster it happens, the faster we’re able to get out there.”

Last week, after multiple…

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