People aren't getting their young kids vaccinated against COVID-19 — and many aren't getting boosters either
Juan Espinoza, while nurse Monica Lopez administers the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday, June 21, 2022. - Wesley Lapointe/Los Angeles Times/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — COVID cases have increased in Philadelphia about 40% over the past month — and that's without counting the scores of people testing positive at home as the latest BA.5 omicron variant surges across the country. Although vaccines are keeping most people alive and out of the hospital, the White House has been urging all Americans to get vaccinated and boosted, including the young children that this summer finally gained access to immunizations. Why BA.5 is not a super-virus, and how the vaccines are still the best option against COVID "If you are vaccinated but have not gotten a b...