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Independent Senator Rosemary Moodie

Keep young children safe by vaccinating them against COVID-19

Vaccination provides an additional layer of protection for our young children who are experiencing the disastrous consequences of COVID-19 firsthand, such as class closures, write Independent Senators Mégie, Moodie, Ravalia, and Kutcher. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Vaccination provides an additional layer of protection for our young children who are experiencing the disastrous consequences of COVID-19 firsthand, such as class closures, write Independent Senators Mégie, Moodie, Ravalia, and Kutcher. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Parliament also needs to take spending on children much more seriously. In the face of massive spending, little pause was taken to debate and consider how children would be impacted, writes Senator Rosemary Moodie. Unsplash photograph by Rene Bernal
Parliament also needs to take spending on children much more seriously. In the face of massive spending, little pause was taken to debate and consider how children would be impacted, writes Senator Rosemary Moodie. Unsplash photograph by Rene Bernal
Arguably, one of the greatest immediate impacts of the coronavirus is the sudden and extensive disruption of children’s lives, with kids finding that their sources of security, stimulation, and stability have been suddenly ripped away, write Senator Rosemary Moodie and Sara Austin. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Arguably, one of the greatest immediate impacts of the coronavirus is the sudden and extensive disruption of children’s lives, with kids finding that their sources of security, stimulation, and stability have been suddenly ripped away, write Senator Rosemary Moodie and Sara Austin. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay