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CNN Interview With Family About Vaccines Breaks Into Laughs After Girl Hilariously Trolls Her Brother on Live TV

Added 05-08-21 11:34:02pm EST - “CNN's Pamela Brown shared a humorous moment Saturday with a family she was interviewing about children being able to get the Covid-19 vaccines when one of the kids took the opportunity to troll her brother on live television. Pfizer…” - Mediaite.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Mediaite.com: “CNN Interview With Family About Vaccines Breaks Into Laughs After Girl Hilariously Trolls Her Brother on Live TV”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

CNN’s Pamela Brown shared a humorous moment Saturday with a family she was interviewing about children being able to get the Covid-19 vaccines when one of the kids took the opportunity to troll her brother on live television.

Pfizer and BioNTech, the manufacturers of one of the three vaccines approved by the FDA for emergency use authorization, will be asking the FDA to give full approval for their vaccine for those 16 and older, Brown reported, and the FDA is expected to grant emergency use authorization for the vaccine to be given to children ages 12 to 15 at some point next week.

However, Brown noted, recent polls showed persisting vaccine hesitancy among parents, with only 29 percent of parents of children under 18 saying they would get their child vaccinated right away, 32 percent would wait and see, 15 percent saying they will only vaccinate their children if schools require it, and 19 percent saying they would definitely not get their kids vaccinated.

“Experts say that vaccinating churn will be key to ending the pandemic, but how can they convince parents who are unsure about that?” asked Brown, introducing the Ousley family, mom Heather, 13-year-old son Samuel, and 15-year-old daughter Elliannah. Samuel is at higher risk from Covid-19 because he has a rare liver disease.

Heather confirmed that she could not wait to get her children vaccinated. “I would be Team ‘get them vaccinated from the very beginning,'” she said, describing the “stress and concern” she had had about any of her children, but especially Samuel, potentially getting infected and further endangering his liver.

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