A new study released today by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine offers advice for communicating with parents about their children’s COVID-19 vaccination, along with strategies for building public confidence in the vaccines. The report focuses on emphasizing the vaccines’ safety and efficacy; encouraging parents to talk to their children’s pediatrician or physician; and leveraging parents’ social networks.

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