Coronavirus vaccine may be given to 12-year-olds as part of the NS, which plans to vaccinate children at the beginning of the school year in September.
Authorities are preparing for graduation in schools pending approval from the Joint Vaccination Committee (GCC).
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The “Core Plan Scenes” documents collected by NHS officials include giving a dose to children 12 years of age and older at the beginning of the first school year, reports The Sunday Times.
A source told the newspaper: “No decision has been made yet but we are preparing planning materials for various situations.”
Experts also say that the decision will be made in the next few months based on the severity of the infection.
“If we want to, we need to be able to vaccinate children, especially adolescents, quickly and efficiently,” said Professor Adam Fin, who specializes in HIV.
Finn said that research among children may not be necessary if the levels of the virus are low.
According to sources, they are the only ones who have developed experimental data for children under 16 years of age because pediatric vaccine is more likely to be given to children.
A study of 2,260 children aged 12 to 15, published in March, found that japsis was 100 percent effective without any safety concerns.
Children He rarely gets sick with covide, And there were no deaths in the UK.
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But they are carriers of the virus, especially in high school, according to studies.