Report: Misinformation, vaccine concerns contribute to low COVID-19 vaccination rate among children

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A new report from Indiana University sociologist Jessica Calarco and Ph.D. candidate Elizabeth Anderson sheds light on why the rate of COVID-19 vaccination among U.S. children is far lower than the rate of vaccination among adults.

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