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Johnson & Johnson testing its vaccine in teens

Good news for your kids who want to get vaccinated as well, Johnson & Johnson says it is testing its single-dose COVID-19 vaccine in teens. The company will start by adding 16 and 17-year-olds to its phase 2a trials, which have been ongoing since September.

Clinical vaccine trials for younger children begin

Right now, the three COVID-19 vaccines on the U.S. market are for adults. You must be 18 or older to get Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, and 16 or older for the vaccine made by Pfizer. Clinical trials are now underway for younger children.

FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, giving U.S. a third option to fight the virus

Nearly 4 million doses are expected to ship as early as Monday

ABC NEWS: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized use of a third COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S., declaring the Johnson & Johnson vaccine safe and effective in adults 18 and older. “The authorization of this vaccine expands the availability of vaccines, the best medical prevention method for COVID-19, to help us in the fight against this pandemic, which…