High schoolers feel sense of normalcy after COVID vaccine opens to ages 16, 17

High school is typically filled with memorable moments, but a lot of students have been missing out because of the pandemic. A 17-year-old Arizona high school senior, Camille Kerber, has been learning remotely for over a year. She says her school plays and musicals were canceled halfway through rehearsals, as well as several other events.

It’s just been really hard, and just being a little bit isolated kind of all the time has just been really difficult,” Kerber told Fox News. “We have had a lot of missing things that we are just really, really, really mourning the loss of, so many experiences that we wish we had.

Camille Kerber, 17, tells Fox News that she already has a vaccine appointment set up and is looking forward to enjoying normal teenage life again after worrying about COVID for over a year. She plans to attend college in the fall. (Stephanie Bennett/Fox News).

Camille Kerber, 17, tells Fox News that she already has a vaccine appointment set up and is looking forward to enjoying normal teenage life again after worrying about COVID for over a year. She plans to attend college in the fall. (Stephanie Bennett/Fox News).

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