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Kids 12 and up eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in Alabama

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Children in Alabama age 12 and older are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine.

Gov. Kay Ivey said that widespread vaccinations are the key to ending the pandemic and that parents can talk to their child's doctor if they have any questions.

The federally approved Pfizer vaccine will be available at private providers and other sites already using the innoculation. Vaccine providers can by found by brand listed on vaccines.gov.

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