The Public Health Communications Collaborative released updated Talking Points and Answers to Tough Questions on Children and Vaccines this week, following news that FDA advisors recommended the agency grant emergency use authorization for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for children as young as six months old.

The CDC reviewed the issue on Saturday, June 18 and authorized the vaccines for young children age 6 months and older for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. More updates will be added to these documents in response to this authorization.