Although Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were vaccinated at the end of April, they don’t feel at ease. They are both concerned about the safety of their children, who are too young to be vaccinated. The actress in an interview with People magazine admitted that she is frustrated by the fact that it is still not known when vaccination will be possible in people under 12 years of age. For now, pharmaceutical companies are conducting research to show whether the vaccine can also be safely administered to younger children.
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– Even if you are vaccinated, you can still catch the coronavirus and pass it on to your child who can become very seriously ill. Which parent would like to infect their child? No! Kunis said. She also expressed her concern about the future of children’s education, as schools could close at any time.
Kunis also admitted that she is following reports on vaccine research. And he hopes that scientists will soon prove that children of several years can be vaccinated against the coronavirus. For now, she and Ashton Kutcher are trying to stay calm and enjoy the time they spend with the kids.
– I think the whole situation is scary, but we talk a lot about it. Our children are still quite small our son will be five years old and probably knows more about life with a mask than without it. I think it is a lesson in resilience for both him and our daughter. For all of us, however, this is a very clear wake-up call, said Ashton Kutcher.
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