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Joyful moment or risky move? Europe divided over kids’ vaccines

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By Emilio Parodi, Nikolaj Skydsgaard and Bart H. Meijer MILAN/COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – As Europe starts vaccinating younger children, countries are pursuing very different strategies in what will be a major test of parents’ willingness to get their kids inoculated. One region in Italy is sending in clowns and jugglers to clinics, France and Germany are targeting only the most vulnerable kids, while Denmark has been administering shots even before the specially-designed vials and syringes have arrived. “Vaccination must be a game, a joyful moment when children can feel at ease,” said Alessio D’Am…

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