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Will LI parents welcome a COVID vaccine for their kids?

As Pfizer says they are closing in on a vaccine that will be suitable for older children and teens, Newsday's Steve Langford on Sunday spoke with some Long Island parents about whether they might allow their kids to take the vaccine Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman; Debbie Egan-Chin

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