Speaker 1: Why did you get a COVID vaccine?
Noa: To help the world. Everybody.
Speaker 1: What happens if more people get vaccinated? How does that help keep people from getting sick?
Noa: It tells these little cells in your body, which are called white blood cells, because when you get sick, they fight the kind of germ that is in your body.
Speaker 1: And how does a vaccine help?
Noa: It sometimes just sends off a message to your white blood cells telling them, "If you ever see this," so it's like a warmup for the real thing that they're doing, that they're going to do sometime, maybe.
Speaker 1: Were you nervous about getting the shot?
Noa: Yes, but once I did it, I got a lollipop and that's the good part.
Speaker 1: What's your name?
Speaker 1: How old are you?