Minors in Tennessee would have to provide proof of parental consent if they want to get vaccinated against COVID-19, a new ruling said. The decision follows one official sharing a memo of a decades-old policy that authorized health care providers to decide whether or not minors can decide for themselves.Full Article
Parental Consent Would be Needed for Minors to get COVID-19 Vaccination in Some Regions
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