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Vaccination coverage with many recommended vaccines is high by age 24 months

CDC: Vaccination Coverage Generally High by Age 24 Months

Coverage with at least two doses of flu vaccine higher for children born 2016 to 2017 versus 2014 to 2015
The first company to start a phase 3 trial of a COVID-19 vaccine reached its target of enrolling 30

U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Enrolls 30,000

Moderna says it is on track to apply for FDA approval to market the vaccine in early December
Vaccine-related attributes and political characteristics are associated with preference for choosing a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccine Attributes Influence Readiness to Accept COVID-19 Shot

Political considerations also influence preference for choosing a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine
Anthony Fauci

Fauci ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ for COVID-19 Vaccine by Year’s End

Fauci was speaking at a virtual meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
British scientists are infecting healthy volunteers with COVID-19

Scientists to Infect Volunteers With COVID-19 in Challenge Trial

Challenge trials have long history, going back to development of smallpox vaccine in 1796
California is not going to allow the use of any COVID-19 vaccines until its own panel of experts approves them

No COVID-19 Vaccines Allowed in California Without State Approval

California governor says vaccinations 'will move at the speed of trust'
Pfizer will not apply for emergency authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine before the third week in November

No Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Expected Before Election

Company has reversed its previous claims that it would apply for the approval in October
An inactivated severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 vaccine seems safe and induces humoral responses

Inactivated SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Well Tolerated in Phase 1/2 Trial

Neutralizing antibody geometric mean titers higher in vaccine group at day 42 in phase 1 trial
The COVID-19 pandemic has created urgency around getting this year's flu vaccine

Survey: About 3 in 4 U.S. Adults Likely to Get Flu Shot This Season

One-third report they are more likely to get a flu shot this year than previously
Delivering web-based vaccine messages tailored to parents' vaccine beliefs and values does not improve uptake of infant vaccinations

Web-Based Tailored Messages Do Not Increase Infant Vaccination Rates

No increase seen in timely uptake by parents who receive messages tailored to vaccine beliefs, values