EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – An Evansville family and their attorney says they were accidentally given full adult doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine instead of flu shots.
They say it happened October 4, at the Walgreens on St. Joseph Avenue.
The family of four includes two adults and two children who are just five and four years old.
The Pfizer vaccine isn’t approved for children that young. They are seeking approval for children ages five to 11, but the dosage would be one third that of the adult dose. Pfizer has not asked permission to vaccinate children age four or younger.
The family’s attorney, Daniel Tuley, shared with us what he says are the vaccination cards given to the family by Walgreens.
They show children born in 2016 and 2017 were given a Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.
The family says they left the pharmacy thinking they had received their flu shots…
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