Low teenage turnout for vaccine increases COVID case rate in Alaska

We’re a month into the school year and Alaska is experiencing peak Covid-19 cases and a hospital system at max capacity. Nationally, the Covid vaccination rate among 12-17 year olds lags behind the rate for adults.

Alaska Public Media’s Jeff Chen looks at what health care professionals in Alaska are doing to try to boost those numbers.

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