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Moderna seeks US authorisation for Covid vaccine in children under 6

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US biotech firm Moderna said in a statement Thursday it had submitted a request for an emergency use authorization in the United States for its Covid vaccine for children aged six months to under six years.

Children under six are the only age group that has yet to gain access to a Covid-19 vaccine in the United States and most countries.

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