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Some parents are slipping young kids in for the COVID-19 vaccine, but doctors discourage the move as 'risky'

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Author USA Today | Publish Date August 11, 2021

Mimi Allen has two daughters, 14 and 10. She is raising them alone. They are her world. So while the Phoenix financial adviser doesn’t usually go for rule-breaking, she recently decided to slip into a local pharmacy and get her younger daughter a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, which is approved only for those 12 and older.