Parents, Will You Vaccinate Your Children for Covid?

Tell us whether you plan to have your children immunized and what factors led to your decision.,

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ImageA child receives a second dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine during a clinical trial earlier this year.
A child receives a second dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine during a clinical trial earlier this year.Credit…Shawn Rocco/Duke Health/Via Reuters

With the Food and Drug Administration likely to authorize a Covid vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, the Biden administration announced that it would distribute millions of doses for young patients. But recent surveys show that many parents are wrestling with whether to allow the shots for their children.

If you have children who will be eligible, Times journalists would like to know your thoughts. Your name and comments may be published, but your contact information will not. A reporter or editor from The Times may follow up with you directly.

Will you permit your children ages 5 to 11 to have a Covid vaccine?

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