“As we watch coronavirus vaccination become widely available to young children in the coming days, weeks and months, we will inevitably see some parents struggle to decide whether to vaccinate their children. Most of these parents are neither virus deniers nor anti-science. Rather, they are part of a group of parents that has had a different relationship with vaccines than did their own parents, viewing vaccines not as one of public health’s top achievements but as something to use as rarely as possible and only when it seemed to them to be totally necessary,” writes co-author of this piece, Jennifer Reich, Professor of Sociology.
Why cautious parents should choose vaccination for their children
Washington Post, Nov 9