A new rite of passage? Teens opt for vaccinations in the hope of returning to ‘normal’

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  • Sophia Wilson, left, a 10th-grade student at Kamehameha Schools Hawaii, will get the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine next month on her 16th birthday. She's pictured here with her mother, Kris Wilson, an assistant hospital administrator at Hilo Medical Center, volunteering during a recent mass vaccination clinic. (Courtesy photo)

When some kids turn 16, they get a car.