Virus Outbreak School Vaccinations

Francesca Anacleto, 12, receives her first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine shot from nurse Jorge Tase on Aug. 4 in Miami Beach, Fla. In most states, minors need the consent of their parents in order to be vaccinated against COVID-19. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier, File)

Fearing his parents wouldn’t approve of his decision to get a COVID-19 vaccine but needing their signature, Andrew signed up for the appointment in secret, and then sprang it on them at the last minute.

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