July 17 (Reuters)-Britain has opted for COVID-19 vaccines for all children and teenagers, with ministers instead preparing to offer a dose to the vulnerable 12 to 15 -years and those nearly 18, the Telegraph newspaper reported too late. Saturday.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) is believed to be advising ministers against launching vaccines in all children until more evidence of the risks is available, the report said. added.
Under newspaper guidance said to be released on Monday, vaccine doses will be offered to children between 12 and 15 who are considered dangerous to COVID-19 or who live with adults who are immunosuppressed or otherwise vulnerable to the virus. .
They are also now being offered to all 17-year-olds within three months from their 18th birthday, according to The Telegraph, which reports that the committee will pursue the possibility of vaccinating all children who ” repeated. ” – READ MORE
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