Interest fading for parents when it comes to flu shot


There seems to be dying interest in a Coronavirus vaccine, especially when it first comes out. Now, the interest is fading for parents when it comes to this year's flu shot.

A new study from CS Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan finds a third of American parents do NOT plan to let their kids receive the flu vaccine this year.
Most of those parents say they're worried about side effects from flu vaccine.

Others say they don't believe the flu shot is necessary, or they believe it doesn't work.

Around 15 percent say they won't get their kids the flu shot, because they're keeping the children away from medical clinics due to COVID.