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16-year-old Nico Montero wrote an op-ed about getting vaccinated for his school's newspaper. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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This 16-year-old wanted to get the COVID vaccine. He had to hide it from his parents

At 16, Nicolas Montero is old enough to get vaccinated on his own in some parts of the country. But he had to try to get the jabs without his parents knowing, since they're opposed to the vaccine.

16-year-old Nico Montero wrote an op-ed about getting vaccinated for his school's newspaper. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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This 16-year-old wanted to get the COVID vaccine. He had to hide it from his parents

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Police escort former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández, in handcuffs, from his house in Tegucigalpa after receiving an extradition order from the United States. Honduran Police/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Honduras' ex-president is arrested as the U.S. seeks his extradition on drug charges

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Lee Morgan was killed in 1972, tragedy cutting short the life and career of the prolific and celebrated jazz musician. Nearly 50 years later, one fan discovered that Morgan's resting place seemed to have vanished. Joel Franklin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How a jazz legend's resting place was lost and found, 50 years after his tragic death

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Norway's Therese Johaug gestures as she wins the women's skiathlon 2x7,5km event during the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games on February 5, 2022. Odd Anderson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Norway is dominating the Winter Olympics. What's its gold medal secret?

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Thousands of mail ballots are being rejected ahead of the upcoming Texas state primary. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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High numbers of mail ballots are being rejected in Texas under a new state law

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