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COVID-19 vaccinations for children begin in Anne Arundel...

Children arrive for the first day of a vaccine clinic for kids aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
(Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

COVID-19 vaccinations for children begin in Anne Arundel County

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The Anne Arundel County Department of Health has started vaccinating children ages 5-11 at a clinic at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold.
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Children arrive for the first day of a vaccine clinic for kids aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Children arrive for the first day of a vaccine clinic for kids aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Helen Talada, 7, talks about her experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine as her father Reed Talada looks on. She was one of the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Helen Talada, 7, talks about her experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine as her father Reed Talada looks on. She was one of the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Vials of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children sit on a table as syringes are filled for a vaccine clinic for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Vials of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children sit on a table as syringes are filled for a vaccine clinic for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Eight-year-old Zachary Fultz talks about his experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine as his mother Randi Fultz looks on. He was among the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Eight-year-old Zachary Fultz talks about his experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine as his mother Randi Fultz looks on. He was among the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Benjamin Miller, 11, arrives at the vaccine clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Benjamin Miller, 11, arrives at the vaccine clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Tent-year-old Thomas Hicks talks about his experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine. He was among the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Tent-year-old Thomas Hicks talks about his experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine. He was among the first children to be vaccinated at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Helen Talada, 7, talks about her experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Helen Talada, 7, talks about her experience getting a COVID-19 vaccine at the clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Nurse Beata Drapalski fills a syringe with Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children at a clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Nurse Beata Drapalski fills a syringe with Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children at a clinic at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Empty syringes sit in a bin before being filled with Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Empty syringes sit in a bin before being filled with Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman, Anne Arundel County Health Officer, speaks to the media during a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday.
Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman, Anne Arundel County Health Officer, speaks to the media during a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children aged 5-11 at Anne Arundel Community College on Friday. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
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