What adolescents are saying about getting vaccinated | CBC News

Earlier this month, federal and provincial health authorities gave adolescents aged 12 to 17 the go-ahead to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

It marks a major turning point in the pandemic for their age group and a sign that things might be finally inching closer to normal. 

From spending too much time on screens, to navigating socially-distant friendships, even anxiety over the virus itself – the last year has been a tough time to be a kid. 

It’s why we asked teenagers: what does it mean for them to finally be vaccinated? Here’s what they told us. 

Declan Cullen, 17

Declan Cullen, 17, talks about what it’s like to finally get his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 1:13

Amelia Bailey, 15, and Lauren Brule, 14

Amelia Bailey, 15 and Lauren Brule, 14, discuss how their recent vaccination has changed their outlook on life. 1:46

Ciara Cullen, 12

Ciara Cullen, 12, explains why her COVID-19 shot will one day be the ticket to getting back to ‘normal.’ 1:37

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