Children ages five to eleven will soon be eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine as we wait for the Pfizer shot to be approved for elementary school students. The White House is already unveiling its rollout plan for when the shots are approved. But, even with all children and young people fully vaccinated in schools, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky is still urging school districts to keep mask recommendations in place for the foreseeable future. FOX News Medical contributor Dr. Marty Makary weighs in on the approval of young children getting the vaccine and why he thinks most mask mandates in schools need to eventually have an exit strategy

Over the summer, the National Collegiate Athletic Association adopted a temporary policy that would allow college athletes to begin to benefit and get paid for their name, image, and likeness. The NIL policy changes came on the heels of a unanimous Supreme Court decision that the NCAA cannot limit student-athletes with education-related benefits. Along with this court case, the issue was subject to major public scrutiny, with some college athletes speaking out against the rule as unfair and outdated. One of these college athletes, Rutgers University basketball star Geo Baker joins to explain why he found the NCAA rules on name, image, and likeness inequitable for student-athletes, how people met home with support and negativity when he chose to speak out against this policy and how this change in college sports is going to have a profound impact on the lives of the players as well as the fans.

Plus, commentary by Fox News contributor Liz Peek.