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News, analysis and resources on the fast-moving coronavirus pandemic, featuring timely dispatches from reporters, experts and providers. 

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Also, schools struggle to attract missing students, and new vaccine combo shows promise.
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Meanwhile, kids ages 5 through 11 could be lining up for their boosters within a month or so.
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Also, new reporting outlines how devastating COVID has been for those with diabetes.
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Also, Moderna's announcement on a vaccine for young children gives long-waiting parents fresh hope.
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Meanwhile, crucial federal pandemic funding remains in limbo.
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Meanwhile, experts urge U.S. to do more to prepare for the next phase of the pandemic.
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Plus, emergency authorization for a COVID vaccine for young children could happen by April or, at the latest, May.
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For journalists, parents with school-aged children are a good barometer of what issues to cover in the weeks and months ahead.
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Also, booster protection wanes after four months, research finds, while shots for children under 5 remain in limbo.

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