Still, health experts stressed the most important thing is to get vaccinated as soon as possible — partial vaccination still offers some protection. “The approval is really timely,” said Chulie Ulloa, a pediatric infectious-disease specialist [and assistant professor] at University of California at Irvine, adding that she anticipates “a lot more holiday travel and fewer mask-wearing. And people who are unvaccinated are certainly going to be the most vulnerable to infection. … “I anticipate children, even after one dose, will have a pretty strong protection, but you will need that second dose to get you closer to 100 percent,” she said.
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The Washington Post, Nov. 4, 2021
November 4, 2021