With coronavirus cases climbing in the United States, many parents are wary of taking their kids in for vaccinations, new research finds. The survey of more than 700 parents by Orlando Health found that although 84% believe vaccines are necessary to protect their children from a host of diseases, two-thirds fear taking their kids to their doctor because of COVID-19. Orlando resident Cynthia Velasco is one parent preparing her 5-year-old son, AJ, to attend kindergarten this year. "He's so excited to go to what he calls 'big boy school,'" she said in an Orlando Health news release. "And while I'm confident that the schools are doing all they can to keep students safe, it makes me nervous that his immune system has been largely untested as we were socially distant for the past several months."