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More Research Needed On When Kids And COVID Vaccine; ‘She Would Have A Barrier To Keep Herself Safe’

CHICAGO (CBS) — There is one group that will certainly be left out of the first few rounds of COVID vaccinations: kids.

CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports on concerns from parents and doctors where the issue is research.

None of the main COVID vaccine contenders have been tested on children under the age of 12. Even though children have clearly been shown to contract and sometimes have serious complications from the virus.

Three-year-old Stella and her mom Liu Harper have been doing their best to avoid contracting COVID-19. Stella’s already a champ with the flu shot.

“It’s just like a little tiny pinch and she’s done,” Liu said. While Liu and her husband could be receiving a vaccine sometime next year, Stella will be left out.

“I would be very happy to give it to Stella so that at least she would have a barrier to keep herself safe,” Harper said.

The American Academy of Pediatrics released a statement last month calling on researchers to begin adding children to vaccine trials ASAP, explaining that if children aren’t added to these trials soon, there will be a significant delay in when children could get access.

Dr. Elaine Rosenfeld, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist for Advocate Children’s Hospital agrees that the research on kids in particular is necessary. She’s seen plenty of pediatric COVID patients and their complications firsthand.

“It’s not completely benign. Children can be very sick with this illness,” Rosenfeld said.

Data from the American Association of Pediatrics and Children’s Hospital Association shows that nationwide, at least 1 million (1,039,464) children have tested positive for COVID-19 and 133 have died.

In Cook County alone, the medical examiners office has confirmed the deaths of one infant and a 12-year-old due to COVID-19.

“We won’t get your herd immunity unless children are included in this vaccine effort,” Rosenfeld said. “And I think that it’s really important to be aware of the risk that a child can pose.”

That’s also why Stella’s mom said gathering the research is worth it.

“It’s not the safety of our own children but other people around them, too. I mean you have to think about everyone else, right,” Harper said.

The American Association of Pediatrics said that if this research doesn’t begin soon, it will be less likely that a vaccine will be available for children before the next school year.

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Coronavirus: CDC Advisers Vote To Recommend First Access To Vaccine Go To Health Care Workers, Long-Term Care Facility Residents

CHICAGO (CBS) — A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory panel on Tuesday took a vote to recommend that health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities receive the first access to a coronavirus vaccine.

The final vote was 13-1.

The vote by the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices followed a meeting over Zoom on Tuesday afternoon, in which the advisers discussed procedures to identify and report any possible adverse effects from the vaccine – among other issues.

Health care workers and long-term care facility residents would receive the vaccine in Phase 1a once the vaccine is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. A proposal that has not yet been subjected to a vote calls for essential workers to receive the vaccine in Phase 1b, and people over 65 or with medical conditions that place them at high risk in Phase 1c.

The vote in favor came despite reservations from some advisers about providing first access to long-term care facility residents, due to a lack of vaccine safety and efficacy data in that group.

Those who do not fall into a high-risk group may have to wait until late spring or even summer to get the vaccine.

Meanwhile, CBS News has learned when the government will begin distributing vaccines. Operation Warp Speed has marked Dec. 15 as the date for states to start receiving the Pfizer vaccine, while the Moderna vaccine would first become available a week later on Dec. 22.

Children will be left out of the first few rounds of vaccinations, pending further research.

Earlier Tuesday, Dr. Allison Arwady, head of the Chicago Department of Public Health, said the first doses of a coronavirus vaccine, which will mostly likely go to health care workers in the city, will be given very soon.

“I want you to know that we are ready to accept whatever amount of vaccine we receive. We have plans that will start with all 37 Chicago hospitals, receiving vaccine for healthcare workers, not yet for patients,” Arwady said. “And we have planned for all 128 long term care facilities in Chicago, that would include both skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities.”

It’s estimated that the city will get anywhere from 20,000-25,000 doses.

“We can’t be sure about any of this until the federal government makes that emergency use authorization, and then the recommendation for vaccine. So I think it is likely that we will be vaccinating here in Chicago, probably the third week of December, possibly the fourth week of December again depending how the federal timeline plays out,” Arwady said.

Arwady said it’s unclear, aside from healthcare workers, who will be next to get a COVID vaccine and whether Chicago’s hardest-hit areas will be at the front of the line. She said the guidelines will come from the federal government. She said the campaign rollout for people to be vaccinated will probably take a year.

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