Covid-19 Shots for Teens Can Hit Legal Snags and Parental Pushback

May 19, 2021

(Wall Street Journal) – With children aged 12 to 15 newly able to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, the patchwork of state laws that govern whether minors can receive the shots without their parents’ permission brings a new wrinkle to inoculation efforts. And vaccine providers—from family doctors to drugstores—are sorting out how to navigate situations in which children want the shot but their parents say no. (Read Full Article)