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  3. Jun 21, 2022 · WAGA Pros and cons of COVID-19 vaccine options for toddlers 21 June 2022, 1:46 pm Moderna's vaccine requires two doses. Pfizer's three-dose vaccines have reported few side effects. Our goal is to...

  4. Jun 22, 2022 · So number one, Pfizer and Moderna both are effective in preventing COVID-19. We see that symptomatic disease is prevented by both of them. The antibody levels met their prespecified goals, which...

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  5. Jun 20, 2022 · But, yeah, this is a huge deal for us." Children's Medical Group has ordered both covid-19 vaccines authorized for children as young as 6 months, but has only received the Moderna vaccine. Pros and...

  6. Jun 23, 2022 · The Pfizer vaccine had a very low rate of side effects like fever, upset stomach, sore arm. Pros: Very few side effects. Cons: Three appointments/three shots; less clarity about effectiveness. Moderna. Moderna’s vaccine is available for kids ages 6 months through 5 years. It requires just two doses which contain 25 micrograms of active ...

  7. Jun 24, 2022 · We learned that the vaccine actually is remarkably safe and the most common side effect was soreness in the arm. Fever, fatigue and irritability are generally symptoms that last for around 24 hours. The other thing they looked at was the antibody levels.

  8. Jun 24, 2022 · Pros: Just two appointments; faster time to effectiveness. Cons: Higher chance of side effects such as fever. BOTH vaccines are based on mRNA technology. BOTH were demonstrated to be safe in this age group. BOTH are recommended for kids who already had COVID-19 and those who did not.

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