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Does a smaller dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids mean a smaller immune response? We asked Dr. Anna Blakney!
Smaller vaccine doses are often used for children because they have a stronger immune response than adults.
Clinical trials found a 10 mcg dose for 5-11 had a similar antibody response as 30 mcg for 16-25 year olds
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