The Vaccine Mom Answers Questions About Vaccines
Jul 30, 2020

Should parents space out their child’s vaccinations? Are vaccine-preventable diseases like measles or meningitis even in the U.S. any more? Should you take your children for well-check and vaccine visits during the pandemic? 

The Vaccine Mom, a molecular biologist and mother of two, answers her friend’s questions about vaccines and talks about the dangers of spacing out vaccinations, the importance of staying on top of vaccinations during the pandemic, and why we should still get vaccinated for diseases that are rare in the U.S.

Like this video from The Vaccine Mom? Watch more of Taryn’s videos on Shot of Prevention or on VYF’s YouTube channel. 

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2 responses to “How to Talk to Unvaccinated Friends and Family”

  1. Ulysses Urena says:

    My twin sons had gotten I believe only their first round of shots, they were born in 2004. They didn’t get anymore because they were diagnosed with autism. Cam they get the covid vaccine? Or do they need to get caught up on the others?

    • VaccinateYourFamily says:

      Hi Ulysses, Kids with autism can absolutely get vaccinated with any of the vaccines their doctor recommends — including the COVID vaccine.

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