The COVID-19 manufacturer Moderna said Wednesday that it plans to submit a request to the Food and Drug Administration to authorize its vaccine for kids ages 6 and under “in the coming weeks.”

It’s a promising sign for Wisconsin families who have been waiting on a vaccine for their young children, though many are wary of getting their hopes up.

At the end of February, Pfizer released early findings on its vaccine for kids under 5 that showed protection from the shot declined quickly in kids, pushing back the date kids might be able to get their shots.

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