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Younger teens start receiving COVID-19 vaccine in Minnesota – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Expansion of immunization drive comes as the state reports 1,011 new cases and 19 virus deaths.

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Vaccine clinics across the Twin Cities started offering appointments and in some cases actual doses of COVID-19 vaccine to adolescents age 12 to 15 on Thursday.
Children’s Minnesota, the state’s largest pediatric hospital, expects to immunize about 400 in the age group Thursday using vaccine made by the drug company Pfizer.
“Any place that has previously been giving Pfizer vaccine, they are likely still giving Pfizer vaccine and parents can access it that way,” said Patsy Stinchfield, the hospital’s…

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