Right now, anyone 12 and older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s good news for many families, but it also means young kids are still at risk for catching the virus.
This has made it hard for some families to plan safe summer activities for all of their children. But there are still ways to have a fun and safe summer break.
Let’s connect the dots.
Vaccines for children under 12 aren’t expected to be approved until the fall at the earliest. While young children are less likely to get severe cases of COVID-19, they can still get sick.
So experts are sharing some activities that are OK to do this summer if you have young kids unable to get the vaccine.