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Florida Surgeon General Dr. A.S. Joseph Ladapo disagrees. The FDA’s advisory panel met for a second time Wednesday to find out if the Pfizer and Modern vaccines are safe for young people. Children.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 400 children under the age of 5 have died of coronavirus.

Medical professionals in Florida have had mixed reactions to vaccinating young children. Ladapo is a medical expert who emphasizes his opposition based on data.

“Before we prescribe those treatments or therapies to Floridians, we hope we have good data on how to overcome the risks of any treatments or therapies. It does not change. I do not think it’s particularly serious. I think it’s very sensible,” said Ladapo. “From what I’ve seen, there is not enough data to inform the benefits and risks in children. I think this is very unquestionable.”

Cute boy wearing face mask and getting vaccinated at home.  The child with the mother is receiving the COVID-19 vaccine from a health care worker at home.

Cute boy wearing face mask and getting vaccinated at home. The child with the mother is receiving the COVID-19 vaccine from a health care worker at home.
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Jill Roberts, an associate professor at USF Health who viewed FDA meetings, felt that young Americans were lagging behind adults in terms of vaccines during the epidemic.

“The next time we face an epidemic, we can not vaccinate children 18 months behind adults.” Roberts told WTVT. “So you can not use data from the adult vaccine and pass it on to your children. It does not work. They are too small. Their dosage is completely different. So we can not do that. Next time we have an epidemic, we really have to start all of these things at once.”

More than half of parents of young children say their child is less likely to get the COVID-19 vaccine: poll

More than half of parents of young children say their child is less likely to get the COVID-19 vaccine: poll
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Florida researcher Matt Hitchings, on the other hand, told WTVT that he would be in the front row with his young children, but that the data showed more positivity than a negative conclusion.

“The vaccine should be available so that parents can choose what they want to do to be comfortable,” Hitchings said.

Young children must take three shots for the Pfizer vaccine, but the modern vaccine requires two doses because they use different concentrations. Physicians must consult their pediatrician.