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Key questions on the children and young people’s COVID-19 vaccination programme

Teenager walking in library, photographed from the back

The COVID-1 9 vaccination programme “for childrens” aged 12 -1 five years have already had started. Thousands of young people across the country have already taken the opportunity to receive their vaccine. This blog explanations key questions on the programme.

Why do young person aged 12 to 15 times need to get the vaccine?

Coronavirus( COVID-1 9) infection is commonly mild in most young people, but it can be very unpleasant for some and one dosage of the vaccine will be supported good protection against severe illness and hospitalisation.

Vaccinating 12 to 15 year olds also helps reduce the need for young people to have time off school and reduces the risk of spread of COVID-1 9 within class. The inoculation will protect young people from COVID-1 9 and shorten disruption to education, which is good for their welfare and mental health.

Why did the JCVI say young people didn’t need the inoculation?

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation( JCVI) looked at the direct health benefits of inoculations, and in situations of 12 to 15 year olds, they said that there was only a small advantage for young person in get a dosage of the vaccine.

The Chief Medical Officers( CMO’s) took into account the extra health benefits from avoiding children missing education and concluded that there were public health feet to recommend vaccinating 12 to 15 year olds. The UK CMO’s advice sets out a number of their conclude here .

My child have now been had COVID-1 9 – should they still get the vaccine?

Yes, they should be injected regardless of whether they already have had a COVID-1 9 infection because 😛 TAGEND

study has not yet shown how long people who have had COVID-1 9 are protected from getting it again after they recover vaccination helps to boost your defence, even if you’ve already had COVID-1 9

Has the inoculation been given to 12 to 15 year olds in non-eu countries?

Trials in thousands of children have shown that the inoculation drives very well in this age group. The inoculation has since been given to millions of 12 to 15 year olds in a number of countries, including 8 million in the United Regime. Data from these countries show that the inoculation has a good security record.

Time the COVID-1 9 vaccine generate stomach questions in young person?

Worldwide, there have been very rare cases of inflammation of the heart announced myocarditis or pericarditis reported after COVID-1 9 inoculations. Most of these young person felt better following remainder and simple medicines. These occurrences ought to have seen mostly in younger males and chiefly occurred within a few eras of the second dose; it is extremely rare after the first dose of the vaccine.

Is the vaccine safe for children with reactions or other medical conditions?

There are very few children or young people who cannot receive the vaccine. If in doubt, young person and their parents or carers should check with the school immunisation team or consult their GP or specialist clinician.

I have learnt phony stories on social media about the inoculation

You may have come across false or misleading informed about the virus or the inoculation. It is important that you get your information from relied beginnings such as 😛 TAGEND

The parent’s guide for vaccination in schools.

This leaflet to childhood and parents.

Further information can be found here.

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