The British Guardian newspaper commented on the immunization of children in the UK, saying that this would be a very strict decision and that the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization would not support all children between the ages of 12 and 15. But, it now had to explore the impact on schools.
The newspaper quoted – in an analysis on its website today Sunday – scientists as saying that this is a very balanced result .. On the one hand, Govt vaccines undoubtedly help reduce infections and disease .. On the other hand, Govt vaccines – like any other vaccine in medical history – risks .. 12 to 15 In children up to the age of one, the risk of serious COVID-19 infection is small, and there is a risk of serious side effects from the vaccine.
After much deliberation, the government’s independent vaccination advisers, based on the strength of the evidence available to date, have decided that there is some benefit in vaccinating healthy children between the ages of 12 and 15.
But this benefit was considered so small that counselors would not approve mass vaccination of healthy children between this age.
Instead, the Joint Committee on Immunization and Immunization has expanded the current collection of 12- to 15-year-olds eligible for the Govt vaccine. In addition to the most vulnerable groups already called for doses, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization relies on research from the Royal College of Medicine, the Guardian added. Children and infant health include children with heart, lung and kidney disease and large and chronic neurological conditions. Sickle cell anemia and type 1 diabetes patients are also eligible.
The newspaper pointed out that under the new guidelines, more than 4 million UK children between the ages of 12 and 15 will now qualify for doses of the Govt vaccine. Data on the risks faced by children.
The newspaper pointed out that the panel discussed the risk of developing chronic goiter symptoms in children – fatigue and other debilitating symptoms that last for several months – but although some children have persistent symptoms, the problem is less common than in adults. There is hope that will not be. Vaccination of all children between the ages of 12 and 15, especially because of the dominance of the delta variant, is not surprisingly effective in preventing the spread now.
The British newspaper concluded the article, “However, the Joint Committee on Immunization and Immunization’s recommendation is not final … Throughout the epidemic, the government has followed the panel’s advice … but this time the government may break with this tradition … Scotland will also hold an expert meeting on covit vaccines for middle school students next week … a strong chance they will come to a different conclusion.
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