DANBURY – After about two weeks of immunizing children ages 5 to 11 against COVID-19, local health providers are seeing success in school-based vaccination efforts.
As of Thursday, 13% of children aged five to 11 in Connecticut received their first dose of the COVID vaccine, according to Governor Ned Lamont’s office. This is an increase from the three percent reported on November 8.
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