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COVID-19 vaccines (5 to 11 year olds): It's time for kids to make memories again

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A boy's family and friends are gathered around a table for his birthday. They sing as the sparkler burns atop his cake. Confetti falls from the ceiling and everyone claps, smiling.

Narration: It's time for our kids to make memories again.

Narration: With family and friends.

A boys' soccer team is in a huddle. They stack their hands and break. Back in the game, a boy scores and celebrates the goal, hugging his teammates on the field.

Narration: With teammates.

A girl is walking to school. She sees her friend up ahead, waves and speeds up to greet him. They hug and take a selfie. Another student in the background photobombs their selfie.

Narration: With peers. Vaccination against COVID-19 can help kids get back to being kids.

We see the selfie of the girl, her friend, and the photobomber at school.

Text on screen: Learn more about the vaccine and children, including how to book appointments for eligible children in your family at Canada.ca/covid-vaccine

Text on screen: Vaccinated or not, follow local guidelines for gatherings and public health measures.

The Canada wordmark with a waving flag appears.

Narration: A message from the Government of Canada.

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