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'It would be a good idea to vaccinate the children': Fauci on vaccines for kids

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'It would be a good idea to vaccinate the children': Fauci on vaccines for kids

'It would be a good idea to vaccinate the children': Fauci on vaccines for kids

The number of new Covid-19 cases in much of the United States is declining, but Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN’s Don Lemon that children should still get vaccinated as soon as they are able.


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