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Have questions about vaccinating your teenage children for COVID-19?

An interview about COVID-19 vaccinate age 12 to 15-year-olds. includes insights from Dr. David Solarte.

See what SFCHCs Dr. David Solarte, associate medical director for Pediatrics, has to say in this article in The Sun. If you have more questions, please call us at (818) 963-5690. 

"When you look at the pros and cons, there is such a minimal risk of getting the vaccine compared to the actual viruses. So it's best to avoid getting infected if at all possible."
-- Dr. David Solarte

Read the full article to see other parents' concerns or why they decided to get their children vaccinated. Plus, read more information from the Doctor.


https://sanfernandosun.com/2021/05/19/more-northeast-valley-parents-ready-to-vaccinate-their-kids/

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